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Stop Saying “I Am The Last Born” Say This Instead And More English Corrections

The English language is frequently perceived as a simple language, but it is actually very broad and dynamic. Because of its dynamic nature, what is perceived as correct today may become incorrect tomorrow as language studies intensify. As a result, in order to be a good English speaker, you must adapt and be able to accept corrections.

In this article, we'll look at some of the English mistakes we make and the correct expressions to use. If you want to improve your English, you must take every correction seriously. Simply relax and enjoy this article while learning something new.

What Are Some Common English Mistakes and Correct Expressions?

1. Do not say "I am the last child of the family," as this is incorrect or sounds too local. Instead, say "I am the last child of the family."

2. It is incorrect to say, "Workers are needed." This is due to the fact that workers are not criminals and thus cannot be wanted. "Workers are required," is the correct expression.

3. Stop saying, "I'm looking for work." As a graduate, your main goal should be to impress your potential employer, so the appropriate expression is "I am looking for work."

4. Do not say, "I want to cut my hair." This is incorrect because barb is not an English word; instead, say "I want to get a haircut" or "I want to cut my hair."

5. Do not use the phrase "for all intensive purposes"; instead, use "for all intents and purposes."

6. Stop saying "By Purpose and Accident"; the correct English expression is "By Purpose and Accident."

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