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Introduction: 

Are you a blogger or a content writer? Are you so worried about the grammar mistakes in the content? If yes, then this article is for you. You should surely go through the article carefully. After reading this article, you will never face any grammatical issues.

As we all know, blogging has reached everyone’s blood. Anywhere or anyone you see across the world is a writer. It is essential to learn grammar properly. If interested to learn, stay tuned and stick to this article.

What are grammatical mistakes? 

I hope you would be familiar with the term grammar mistakes if you are a writer. But if you are a beginner and don’t know much about it, then the part will explain everything. 

Grammar is used in a sentence to make it an appropriate sentence. Grammar mistakes can be of various types: pronoun errors, comma errors, spelling mistakes, including more. All come under grammatical errors.

11 common grammar mistakes are:

Grammar mistakes are the most common mistakes while writing. With the below-mentioned slips, you would surely be able to correct yourself. It includes the following.

1. Different than versus  Different from:

It is one of the most common grammatical mistakes made by almost all writers. Both of these are correct but need to be placed at the exact place. They don’t understand the correct usage of the two, place them anywhere in the wrong content, and fall under grammatical errors. 

Different from is mainly used in formal writings whereas different than is used with close conjunction. One should use different words when followed by noun or noun phrase. And it would help if you used it differently than when followed by a clause.

For instance, if you say, “you are quite different than your brother,” it doesn’t sound good. Alternatively, you can use “you are quite different from your brother.”

Next, if you say, “you are quite different from how you were last year,” it doesn’t sound good. Instead, it can be said as “you are quite different than as you were last year.”

2. Loose vs. lose:

It is another common grammatical mistake made by writers. People get mixed up about which one to use. In standard English, both the words are correct. But writers should know how to use it at the right place. 

Loose is an adjective that is used to demonstrate things that are not fitted to someplace. Lose is mainly a verb that is used to demonstrate a loss. You don’t need to learn these things; it just comes with practice.

For instance, if we say, “This pandemic will loose many businesses,” it is wrong. Alternatively, it would help if you said, “This pandemic will lose many businesses.”

Next, if we say, “The necklace I am wearing is lose,” it is wrong. Alternatively, it would help if you said, “The necklace I am wearing is loose.”

3. This versus these:

Are you among the writers who are confused about this? If yes, will all your confusion and doubts be apparent after reading this?

Generally, this is used with a singular noun; these are used with plural nouns. It and these are similar to listen to but have an entirely different meaning. One should know its proper position.

For example, if we say, “We are quite happy these morning,” it is wrong. It should be said as “We are quite happy this morning.”

Next, if we say, “Where did you get this cakes?” it is wrong. Instead, it should be written as “Where did you get these cakes.”

4. Everyday versus every day:

Every day and every day has the exact spelling and pronunciation. But both differ in their ways. A good writer should always know about these common mistakes. 

Every day is an adjective that is best suitable for ordinary days. It comes from a place near a noun. Generally, every day is an adverbial phrase that means each day. 

For example, if we say, “I wake up everyday at 6:00 a.m.,” it is wrong. Instead, you should say, “I wake up every day at 6:00 a.m.”

Next, if we say, “the worries of everyday life can lead you to problems,” it is wrong. Instead, it would help if you said the worries of everyday life could lead you to problems”.

5. Its versus it’s:

It is one of the most common mistakes made by almost all writers. Both the terms have different meanings as well as different uses. Here you will get to know all about it.

It is a possessive pronoun that means one’s belongings. Whereas it is a short form of “it has” or “it is.”

For example, if we say, “The shoe is in it’s shoe rack,” it is wrong. In place of this, we should use “The shoe is in its shoe rack.”

Next, if we say, “Its raining near my house,” it is wrong. Instead, you should say, “It’s raining near my house.”

6. I versus me:

I and I are often made mistakes by writers, even me too. As we all know, grammar is necessary for all types of writings for any purpose.

In Real-world both the word I and me are pronouns. I am a subject pronoun, whereas I am an object pronoun. 

For example, if we say, “Me going out for a walk,” it is a wrong sentence. Instead, we should say, “I am going out for a walk.”

Next, if we say, “My father bought i some new dresses,” it is wrong. Instead, we should say, “my father bought some new dresses.”

7. Lay versus lie:

Are you confused with the two words? Do you know the meanings of those words? If not, this part will explain everything about it with an example.

We can say a lay is a direct object, whereas a lie is not a direct object. Life is mainly a verb that means to be in a horizontal position. Lay is a verb that means to set down.

For example, if we say, “I lay down on the floor,” it is wrong. Instead, we should say, “I lie down on the floor.”

Next, if we say,” the dogs lie their food on the floor,” it is wrong. Instead, we should say, “the dogs lay their food on the floor.”

8. That vs. who:

These two are the most confusing words while writing. Do you often feel confused while using these words? If yes, we are here to solve all your confusion.

Who is the term which is mainly used to describe any person? While that is the term that is used to describe an object. 

For example, if we say, “Do you know any person that can help me out with my problems?” it is wrong. Instead, you should say, “Do you know any person who can help me out with my problems?”

Next, if we say, “I am searching for a job which pays me a good amount,” it is wrong. Instead, you should say, “I am searching for a job that pays me a good amount.”

9. Less versus fewer:

Are you a writer? Are you among the ones who face the same problem while writing? Are you confused about when to use which word? If yes, we are here to solve your problem.

Generally, fewer refers to the countable things, whereas less refers to the uncountable things. Below we mention an example by which you can understand clearly.

For example, if we say, “Very less students are interested in this competition,” it is wrong. Instead, you should say, “Very fewer students are interested in this competition.”

Next, if we say, “Today fewer than 30% students attended the class,” it is wrong. Instead, we should say, “Today less than 30% of students attended the class”.

10. There versus their:

Both the words ‘there’ and ‘their’ have the same pronunciation, but they differ in their spelling. People often are confused about which term to use where.

“There” is generally the opposite term of “more ” here is the term we used to define someone’s belongings.

For example, if we say, “I am going their with him,” it is wrong. Instead, it would help if you said, “I am going there with him.”

Next, if we say, “Students are going to there school,” it is wrong. Instead, one should say, “Students are going to their school.”

11. Your versus you’re:

It is one of the most commonly made mistakes by most writers. People feel both the words are the same because their pronunciation is the same. They are pretty different from each other. You need to learn the proper usage of each term.

Mainly, you’re in the short form of “you are.” It is used in a sentence that is followed by a past participle. Your is the term used to demonstrate someone’s belonging or something. 

For example, if we say, “Your very favorite to me,” it is wrong. It should be written as “You’re very favorite to me.”

Next, if we say, “your dress is looking fantastic today,” it is wrong. Instead, you should write, “Your dress is looking fantastic today.”

Closing up:

That was all the common grammar mistakes made by people. In the above article, we have explained every point briefly so that you can rectify your mistake after going through the article.

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