English mistakes are the things most learners make in study and practice. Learning the most typical mistakes may help students build considerable confidence, become error-free, and successful in using English.
The book is well designed and written by an experienced teacher who has been teaching English for more than 20 years to make sure that all the mistakes inside are the most typical and useful for students at each level.
As the author of this book, I believe that this book will be an indispensable reference and trusted guide for you who may want to learn from the most common mistakes in English vocabulary and grammar, so they could use English in a correct but natural way. Once you read this book, I guarantee you that you will have learned an extraordinarily wide range of useful, and practical English mistakes that will help you become a successful English learner, particularly in examinations such as Cambridge FCE, CAE, CPE, and IELTS; as well as you will even become a successful English user in work and in life within a short period of time only.
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Over Top 300 Mistakes Almost Students Make and How to Avoid Them
We say much/far younger than, (NOT
very younger than).
He's much/far younger than I am. (Don’t say: He's
very younger than I am.)
Her husband is much/far older than she is. (Don’t say: Her husband is
very older than she is).
Chinese is much/far more difficult than French. (Don’t say: Chinese is
very more difficult than French).
We say a journey, (NOT
a travel). Travel is uncountable.
We had a long journey through the mountains. (Don’t say: We had a long
travel through the mountains).
We had a long journey by coach from the north to the south of the country. (Don’t say: We had a long
travel by coach from the north to the south of the country).
I wish you a good journey! (Don’t say: I wish you a good