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Common mistakes that students make when using English.

The difference between Every day and All day in English

All day vs. Every day vs. Everyday

We have new charts for you covering two common mistakes in English. The first chart explains when to use Every day instead of All day. The second chart explains the difference between Every day (two words) and Everyday (one word). Don’t worry, this is also a common mistake for native speakers of English NOTE: They […]

Difference between There, Their and They're

There vs Their vs They’re

Yes, we have just created another article for you. This time it’s about the difference between There, Their and They’re in English. Again, this is a common mistake for native speakers too because the three words are homophones (words that sound the same though are written differently) The chart below should help you though if […]

A cartoon about Your vs You're

Your vs You’re Cartoon

It seems that nowadays people spend more and more time in front of a TV instead of reading. Of course this usually results in people not visually seeing words and learning (or remembering/reinforcing) their correct spelling. It’s also means that their vocabulary is a lot lower than those who read frequently. And this is not […]

Never give up tattoo

Sorry, we have removed the viral photo that was here that showed someone with a tattoo on their arm saying: – Never don’t give up –  (If you google it, you will be able to find it)   This is why learning grammar is important… What’s wrong with this tattoo? It’s says “Never don’t give […]

The difference between MILLION and MILLIONS in English

Million vs Millions

The difference between Million and Millions Which of the following sentences is grammatically correct? A: New Zealand has a population of over four million people B: New Zealand has a population of over four millions people The first sentence (A) is correct and the second sentence (B) is incorrect. Why?   English students often get […]