Many people in Ghana make mistakes and if you're a ghanaian you should not say that
i am ghanaian but rather say that I am a Ghanaian so please notice these tips and tricks and take note so please don't forget to comments, share, like and follow
And again good English include
1. Adjective agreement error
INCORRECT: We sell t-shirts and some others clothes.
CORRECT: We sell t-shirts and some other clothes.
RULE: Adjectives and noun modifiers should not take a plural form when they modify plural nouns in English. There are, however, a few noun modifiers that end in an –s: operations, arms, sports, jobs, forensics, physics
2. Adjective form error
INCORRECT: When I heard the news, I was very anger.
CORRECT: When I heard the news, I was very angry.
RULE: Use the adjective form not the noun form in this context.
3. Adverb error
INCORRECT: I trust more my parents than my friends.
CORRECT: I trust my parents more than my friends.
RULE: The adverb is in the wrong place. Do not separate more from that
4. Article and plural noun error
INCORRECT: My sister has a children.
CORRECT: My sister has a child.
RULE: Don’t use indefinite articles with plural words
5. Article and uncountable noun mistakes
INCORRECT: I have a brown skin.
CORRECT: I have brown skin.
RULE: Don’t use an article with uncountable nouns like “skin”.
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