February 8, 2016 Chess No Comments on INFOGRAPHIC: Grammar Cheat Sheet featuring Common English Grammar Errors
INFOGRAPHIC: Grammar Cheat Sheet featuring Common English Grammar Errors
Language is a way for humans to communicate, either written or spoken. When writing in the English language, there are some pitfalls that you should stay clear of. The English grammar can be confusing sometimes, especially when words with different meanings sound alike. And not everyone has perfected the English grammar, not even the native speakers of the language.
Urbanest, a student accommodation provider founded in United Kingdom in 2008, published ‘The Ultimate Grammar Cheat Sheet for Students’. This English grammar cheat sheet is an infographic that features the most common grammatical mistakes people commit as well as the most commonly misused words in the English language, and their proper use.
Through this easy-to-understand infographic, learn how to use ‘your’ and ‘you’re’; ‘there’, ‘they’re’, and ‘their’; ‘its’ and ‘it’s’ correctly and confidently. Furthermore, the cheat sheet also features some ‘grammar rules that can be broken’, proper use of punctuation, correct spelling of commonly misspelled words, and the difference between American and British English spelling. Even if you’re not a student The Ultimate Grammar Cheat Sheet is useful for everyone to refresh our English grammar proficiency.
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