Don’t say “i have a good news for you”



Common grammatical errors in English and how to correct them.

Incorrect: I have a good news for you.

Correct: I have good news for you

Incorrect: Worry kills more the men than work.


Correct: Worry kills more men than work.

Incorrect: We learn not at the school, but in life.

Correct: We learn not at school, but in life.

Incorrect: He sent a word that he would come soon.

Correct: He sent word that he would come soon.

Incorrect: I have read
the Shakespeare’s King Lear.

Correct: I have read Shakespeare’s King Lear.

Incorrect: You cannot set a foot in this house.

Correct: You cannot set foot in this house.

Incorrect: It’s not good to go to the bed late.

Correct: It’s not good to go to bed late.

Incorrect: He is Daniel in judgment.

Correct: He is a Daniel in judgment.

Incorrect: It was tough decision to make.

Correct: It was a tough decision to make.

Incorrect: A little spark kindles great fire.

Correct: A little spark kindles a great fire.

Incorrect: The clock has struck seven hours.

Correct: The clock has struck seven.

Incorrect: There is no place in the hall.

Correct: There is no room in the hall.

Incorrect: We came by the 4:30 o’clock train.

Correct: We came by the 4:30 train.

Incorrect: He left with his belonging luggage.

Correct: He left with his luggage.

Incorrect: I gladly avail of your offer.

Correct: I gladly avail myself of your offer.

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