Jul 192019
 
common english mistakes

It’s always interesting to see what videos are popular on our YouTube channel and one that turned out to be a hit this year was a quiz. We ask questions about some tricky English and viewers have to choose a correct answer before the clock stops ticking.

We then explain what’s wrong and show  examples of the correct English in action. We’ll also direct viewers to other videos if want more help.

We’ve just published the third video in what’s now become a series. In this one we look at:
– what means it vs. what does it mean?
– used to vs. in former times
– used to do vs. be used to doing and get used to doing
– good at vs good in
– actually vs. currently
– stop to do vs. stop doing

 

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