5 COMMON MISTAKES THAT MANY ENGLISH LEARNERS MAKE

By watching this video lesson, you will learn 7 English phrases that you must stop saying.

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1 | “I’m agree with you.”

  • INSTEAD: “I agree with you.”
  • EXAMPLE SENTENCES
    • I agree with you that the project should be completed by tomorrow.
    • I agree with you that the decision was not the best.
    • I agree with you that the company needs to hire more female employees.

2 | “I’m very interesting in this topic.”

  • INSTEAD: “I’m very interested in this topic.”
  • EXAMPLE SENTENCES
    • I’m very interested in learning more about the history of the company.
    • I’m very interested in attending the conference next year.
    • I’m very interested in investing in the stock market now.

3 | “I’m doing a mistake.”

  • INSTEAD: “I’m making a mistake.”
  • EXAMPLE SENTENCES
    • I’m making a mistake by not double-checking my work regularly.
    • I’m making a mistake by not taking the time to read the instructions.
    • I’m making a mistake by not asking for help when I need it.

4 | “Can you borrow me some money?”

  • INSTEAD: “Can you lend me some money?”
  • EXAMPLE SENTENCES
    • Can you lend me some money? I promise to pay you back.
    • I asked my friend to lend me some money for the event.
    • I asked my parents to lend me some money so that I could buy my books.

5 | “I’m looking forward to see you.”

  • INSTEAD: “I’m looking forward to seeing you.”
  • EXAMPLE SENTENCES
    • I’m looking forward to seeing you at the party tomorrow night.
    • I’m looking forward to seeing my family over the holidays.
    • I’m looking forward to seeing my friends at the game next week.
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