The 5 Most Common Grammar Mistakes

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Learning about the five most common grammar mistakes that people generally make and how to avoid them.

1. 5 Most Common
Ss Grammar Mistakes

2. #1 Adverbs vs. Adjectives
© “Well” is an adverb that tells how
one is feeling, “Good” is an
adjective t ribes the type
of person

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#2 Subject vs. Object Pronouns
Remember, the nominative case
pronouns are used as Subjects and
Predicate Nouns: |, You, He, She,
We, They, Who
The Objective case pronouns are
used as Direct Object, Indirect
Objects, and Object of the
Preposition: Me, You, Her, Him, Us,
Them, Whom
4. #2 Subject vs. Object Pronouns
* If you have a compound §, DO, |O, OP, or PN,
just take them one at a time to check if they
sound right.
* Ex: Give the ball to he and |
* Give the ball to HIM. Give the ball to ME.
5. #3 Put Others First
lf you are writing or talking about yourself,
e polite and let the other person go first.
* No: Me and her like movies.
* Yes: She and | like movies.

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' *A prepositional phrase should begin with a
preposition and end in a noun.
«lf a sentence ends in a preposition, the author
needs to reunite the prepositional phrase.
* Ex: What is that bag for?
* That bag is for what? or For what is that bag?
¢ Ex: Who did you give that cat to?
* To whom did you give that cat? or You gave that
cat to whom?

8. #5 Who vs. Whom
© Remember that Who is a
Subject and Whom is an Object
© Ex: Who is the culprit?
© Ex: Whom did you see at the
© Ex: For whom did you buya