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Common_Errors In English

Common_Errors In English
Common_Errors In English

Common_Errors In English: ED Form / ING Form
Don’t Say: ❌“I’m Interesting In Adopt An Animal.”
Say: “I’m Interested In Adopting An Animal.”

  • There are two errors in this sentence. The first one is the difference between interesting and interested. In general, with adjectives that have both –ing and –ed forms, use:
  •  the –ed form to describe how you feel
  •  the –ing form to describe the thing, person, situation, or event that causes the feeling
  • Here’s an example:
  •  I’m bored. This movie is boring.
  • Here are other common adjectives that follow this pattern:
  •  I’m tired. My job is very tiring.
  •  I’m excited! This soccer game is really exciting!
  •  I’m frustrated. The problems in my life are so frustrating.
  •  I’m surprised. This situation is quite surprising.
  •  I’m confused. The book I’m reading is confusing.

English Tips

  • go on about = to speak for too long about smth uninteresting
  • e.g. The old man went on about his school days for nearly an hour.
  • slip your mind = used to say you forgot to do smth
  • e.g. I was going to return the library books today after work, but the thought slipped my mind.
  • have/throw a fit = to get angry and begin acting like an angry child
  • e.g. The baby threw a fit when I took his toy away.
  • The ball is in your court = used to say that YOU now have control of the situation
  • e.g. The ball is in their court now. Let’s wait for their decision.
  • make your day = used to say that smth made your day special (and great).
  • e.g. Finding a fifty-dollar bill on the ground made my day.

❌She said me.....
✅ She told me.....

  • She said [something] to [someone]. ⁣
  • She said she is hungry. ⁣
  • She said that it is cold. ⁣
  • She said something terrible to him. ⁣
  • She said a bad word to the teacher. ⁣
  • She said “yes” to him. ⁣
  • She told [someone] [something]. ⁣
  • She told him she’s hungry. ⁣
  • She told us she’s cold. ⁣
  • She told her something terrible. ⁣
Some important rules here:⁣
  •  If you use SAY/SAID, the next word cannot be a person. It has to be what the person said. ⁣
  •  If you use TELL/TOLD the next word must be a person. ⁣


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