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Common misspellings + list of irregular verbs +Grammar glossary

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List of common misspellings


Spelling Word division
Error Correction Error Correction


strenght strength allready all ready
succesful successful allright all right
surprise surprised (adj) an other another
teaher teacher any body anybody
technic technique anymore any more
theif thief anytime any time
theirself/s themselves back ground background
themself themselves base ball baseball
thier/ther their basket ball basketball
ther there boy friend boyfriend
therefor therefore boy-friend boyfriend
throught through business man businessman
tittle title business woman businesswoman
transfered transferred can not cannot, can't
truely truly country side countryside
tryed tried eventhough even though
uncurable incurable fool-ball football
undoubtly undoubtedly further more furthermore
unfortunatly unfortunately girl friend girlfriend
unpolite impolite girl-friend girlfriend
untill until grand father grandfather
weeding wedding grand-father grandfather
wellcome welcome grand mother grandmother
wether weather grand-mother grandmother
wether whether grand parent grandparent
wich which grand-parent grandparent
wifes wives head quarters headquarters
wolfs wolves home land homeland
wonderfull wonderful home sick homesick
writting writing infact in fact
yourselfs yourselves inspite of in spite of
more over moreover
no body nobody
rain coat raincoat
soft ball softball
some body somebody
some thing something
some times sometimes
thankyou thank you
there fore therefore
under ground underground
under stand understand
where as whereas
wild life wildlife
work force workforce
worth while worthwhile





List of irregular verbs


The list below shows those verbs that have irregular past tense, past participle, or
present participle forms. The infinitive form is shown first, e.g. begin.
2 = past tense, e.g. As I was walking home it began to rain.
3 = past participle, e.g. // had already begun to rain before f left home.
4 = present participle, e.g. It is just beginning to rain now.
The number 2/3 means that the past tense and past participle are the same form.
abide' 2/3 abided 4 abiding eat 2 ate 3 eaten 4 eating
abide' 2 abode 3 abided 4 abiding fall 2 fell 3 fallen 4 falling
arise 2 arose 3 arisen 4 arising feed 2/3 fed 4 leedtng
awake 2 awoke or awaked 3 awaked or awoken feel 2/3 felt 4 feeling
4 awaking fight 2/3 fought 4 fighting
be - see se find 2/3 found 4 finding
bear 2 bore 3 borne 4 bearing flee 2/3 fled 4 fleeing
beat 2 beat 3 beaten or beat 4 beating fling 2/3 flung 4 flinging
become 2 became 3 become 4 becoming fly 2 flew 3 flown 4 flying
befall 2 befell 3 befallen 4 befalling forbear 2 forbore 3 forbone 4 forbearing
begin 2 began 3 begun 4 beginning forbid 2 forbade or forbad 3 forbidden or forbid
behold 2/3 beheld 4 beholding 4 forbidding
bend 2/3 bent 4 bending forecast 2/3 forecast or forecasted 4 forecasting
bereave 3 bereaved or bereft 4 bereaving foresee 2 foresaw 3 foreseen 4 foreseeing
beseech 273 besought or beseeched 4 beseeching foretell 2/3 foretold 4 foretelling
beset 2/3 beset 4 besetling forget 2 forgot 3 forgotten 4 forgetting
bet 2/3 bel or betted 4 belting forgive 2 forgave 3 forgiven 4 forgiving
bid'2/3 bid 4 bidding foresake 2 forsook 3 forsaken 4 forsaking
bid3 2 bade or bid 3 bidden or bid 4 bidding foreswear 2 forswore 3 forsworn 4 forswearing
bide 2 bode or bided 3 bided 4 biding freeze 2 froze 3 frozen 4 freezing
bind 2/3 bound 4 binding get 2 got 3 got esp. BrE || gotten AmE A getting
bite 2 bit 3 bitten 4 biting gild 2/3 gilded or gift 4 gifding
bleed 2/3 bled 4 bleeding give 2 gave 3 given 4 giving
bless 2/3 blessed or blest 4 blessing go 2 went 3 gone 4 going
blow 2 blew 3 blown 4 blowing grind 2/3 ground 4 grinding
break 2 broke 3 broken 4 breaking grow 2 grew 3 grown 4 growing
breed 2/3 bred 4 breeding hang' 2/3 hung 4 hanging
bring 2/3 brought 4 bringing hang' 2/3 hanged 4 hanging
broadcast 2/3 broadcast || also broadcasted AmE have - see have
4 broadcasting hear 2/3 heard 4 hearing
build 3 built 4 building heave1 2/3 heaved 4 heaving
burn 3 bumf or burned 4 burning heave* 2/3 hove 4 heaving
burst 3 burst 4 bursting hew 2 hewed 3 hewed or hewn 4 hewing
buy 3 bought 4 buying hide 2 hid 3 hidden 4 hiding
cast 2/3 cast 4 casting hit 2/3 hit 4 hitting
catch 2/3 caught 4 catching hold 2/3 held 4 holding
chide 2 chided or chid 3 chid or chidden || also chidded hut 2/3 hut 4 hurting
AmE4 chiding keep 2/3 kepi 4 keeping
choose 2 chose 3 chosen 4 choosing kneel 2/3 knelt |[ also kneeled AmE 4 kneeling
cleave 2 cleaved or cleft or clove 3 cleaved or cleft or knit 2/3 knit or knitted 4 knitting
cloven 4 cleaving know 2 knew 3 known 4 knowing
cling 2/3 clung 4 clinging lay 2/3 laid 4 laying
clothe 2 cloihed || also clad AmE 3 clad || also clothed lead 2/3 led 4 leading
AmE 4 clothing lean 2/3 leant esp. BrE || leaned esp. AmE4 leaning
come 2 came 3 come 4 coming leap 2/3 leapt esp. BrE || leaped esp. AmE A leaping
cost 2/3 cost 4 costing learn 2/3 learned or learnt 4 learning
creep 2/3 crept 4 creeping leave 2/3 left 4 leaving
cut 2/3 cut 4 cutting lend 2/3 lent 4 lending
dare 2/3 dared 4 daring let 2/3 let 4 letting
deal 2/3 dealt 4 dealing lie' 2 lay 3 lain 4 lying
dig 2/3 dug 4 digging lie2 2/3 lied 4 lying
dive 2 dived || also dove AmE 3 dived 4 diving light 2/3 lie or lighted 4 lighting
do - see do lose 2/3 lost 4 losing
draw 2 drew 3 drawn 4 drawing make 2/3 made 4 making
dream 2/3 dreamed or dreamt 4 dreaming mean 2/3 meant 4 meaning
drink 2 drank 3 drunk 4 drinking meet 2/3 met 4 meeting
drive 2 drove 3 driven 4 diving mislay 2/3 mislaid 4 mislaying
dwell 2/3 dwelt or dwelled 4 dwelling mislead 2/3 misled 4 misleading




List of irregular verbs

misspell 2/3 misspelt or misspelled 4 misspelling stink 2/3 slunk 4 slinking
misspend 2/3 misspent 4 misspending slit 2/3 slit 4 slitting
mistake 2 mistook 3 mistaken 4 mistaking smell 2/3 smelt esp. 0f£:|| smelled esp. AmE A smelling
misunderstand 2/3 misunderstood 4 misunderstanding smite 2 smote 3 smitten || also smote AmE 4 smiting
mow 2 mowed 3 mown or mowed 4 mowing sow 2 sowed 3 sown or sowed 4 sowing
outbid 2 outbid 3 outbid || also outbidden AmE speak 2 spoke 3 spoken 4 speaking
4 outbidding speed 2/3 sped || a/so speeded AmE A speeding
outdo 2 outdid 3 outdone 4 outdoing spell 2/3 spelt esp. BrE || spelled esp. AmE A spelling
outshine 2/3 outshone 4 outshining spend 2/3 spent 4 spending
overcome 2 overcame 3 overcome 4 overcoming spill 2/3 spilled or spilt 4 spilling
overdo 2 overdid 3 overdone 4 overdoing spin 2/3 spun 4 spinning
overhang 2/3 overhung 4 overhanging spit 2/3 spat || also spit >Vn£"4 spitting
overhear 2/3 overheard 4 overhearing split 2/3 split 4 splitting
override 2 overrode 3 overridden 4 overriding spoil 2/3 spoiled or spoilt 4 spoiling
overrun 2 overran 3 overrun 4 overrunning spread 2/3 spread 4 spreading
oversee 2 oversaw 3 overseen 4 overseeing spring 2 sprang || also sprung AmE3 sprung
overshoot 2/3 overshot 4 overshooting 4 springing
oversleep 2/3 overslept 4 oversleeping stand 2/3 stood 4 standing
overtake 2 overtook 3 overtaken 4 overtaking steal 2 stole 3 stolen 4 stealing
overthrow 2 overthrew 3 overthrown 4 overthrowing stick 2/3 stuck 4 slicking
patake 2 partook 3 pataken 4 partaking sting 2/3 stung 4 slinging
pay 2/3 paid 4 paying stink 2 siank or stunk 3 slunk 4 slinking
prove 2 proved 3 proved or proven 4 proving strew 2 strewed 3 strewn or strewed 4 strewing
put 2/3 put 4 putting stride 2 strode 3 slridden 4 striding
quit 2/3 quit 3 quit or quitted 4 quitting strike 2 struck 3 struck || also stricken AmE A stiking
read 2/3 read 4 reading string 2/3 strung 4 stringing
rebuild 2/3 rebuilt 4 rebuilding strive 2 strove 3 striven || a/so strived AmE A striving
redo 2 redid 3 redone 4 redoing swear 2 swore 3 swon 4 swearing
relay 2/3 relayed 4 relaying sweep 2/3 swepl 4 sweeping
remake 2/3 remade 4 remaking swell 2 swelled 3 swollen or swelled 4 swelling
rend 2/3 rent || also rended AmE A rending swim 2 swam 3 swum 4 swimming
repay 2/3 repaid 4 repaying swing 2/3 swung 4 swinging
rewrite 2 rewrote 3 rewritten 4 rewriting take 2 took 3 taken 4 taking
rid 2 rid or ridded 3 rid 4 ridding teach 2/3 taught 4 teaching
ride 2 rode 3 ridden 4 riding tear 2 tore 3 torn 4 tearing
ring 2/3 ringed 4 ringing tell 2/3 told 4 telling
ring 2 rang 3 rung 4 ringing think 2/3 thought 4 thinking
rise 2 rose 3 isen 4 rising thrive 2 throve or thived 3 thrived or thriven 4 thiving
run 2 ran 3 run 4 running throw 2 threw 3 thrown 4 throwing
saw 2 sawed 3 sawn || also sawed -4mE 4 sawing thrust 2/3 thrust 4 thrusting
say 2/3 said 4 saying tread 2 trod 3 trodden or trod 4 treading
see 2 saw 3 seen 4 seeing unbend 2/3 unbent 4 unbending
seek 2/3 sought 4 seeking undergo 2 underwent 3 undergone 4 undergoing
sell 2/3 sold 4 selling understand 2/3 understood 4 understanding
send 2/3 sent 4 sending undertake 2 undertook 3 undertaken 4 undertaking
set 2/3 set 4 setting undo 2 undid 3 undone 4 undoing
sew 2 sewed 3 sewn || also sewed AmE A sewing unwind 2/3 unwound 4 unwinding
shake 2 shook 3 shaken 4 shaking uphold 2/3 upheld 4 upholding
shave 2/3 shaved 4 shaving upset 2/3 upset 4 upsetting
shear 2 sheared 3 sheared or shorn 4 sheaing wake 2 woke or waked 3 woken or waked 4 waking
shed 2/3 shed 4 shedding waylay 2/3 waylaid 4 waylaying
shine 2/3 shone 4 shining wear 2 wore 3 won 4 wearing
shine 2/3 shined 4 shining weave' 2 wove 3 woven 4 weaving
shoot 2/3 shot 4 shooting weave' 2/3 weaved 4 weaving
show 2 showed 3 shown || also showed AmE A showing wed 2/3 wedded or wed 4 wedding
shrink 2 shrank or shrunk 3 shrunk or shrunken weep 2/3 wept 4 weeping
4 shinking wet 2/3 wet or weted 4 wetting
shut 2/3 Shut 4 Shutting win 2/3 won 4 winning
sing 2 sang 3 sung 4 singing wind' 2/3 winded 4 winding
sink 2 sank || also sunk AmE 3 sunk || also sunken AmE wind1 2/3 wound 4 winding
A sinking withdraw 2 withdrew 3 withdrawn 4 withdrawing
sit 2/3 sat 4 silting withhold 2/3 withheld 4 withholding
slay 2 slew 3 slain 4 slaying withstand 2/3 withstood 4 withstanding
sleep 2/3 slept 4 sleeping wring 2/3 wrung 4 wringing
slide 2/3 slid 4 sliding write 2 wrote 3 witten 4 writing
sling 2/3 slung 4 slinging


- -------- - ------

abstract noun a word used to refer to an idea or feeling (not something that you
can actually see or touch): e.g. danger, jealousy, luck, peace,
success.
active See passive
adjective a word which describes someone or something: 'In his new grey
suit, he looked very smart.'
adverb 1 a word which tells us 'how', 'when', 'how often', 'where', etc:
'Drink it slowly.' 'She usually arrives late.'
a word like very, quite, too, slightly, which says something about
degree or extent: 'very cold', 'rather suddenly', 'completely
destroyed'.
a word like probably, definitely, fortunately, surprisingly, which
says something about the speaker's attitude or degree of
certainty: 'Perhaps she's changed her mind.' 'Unfortunately, the
car wouldn't start.'
a word like however, therefore, also, furthermore, which shows
how two points or ideas are related: 'Both hotels are very
expensive. Also, they are a long way from the city centre.'
affirmative See NEGATIVE
agree See NUMBER
auxiliary verb See main verb
bare infinitive See infinitive
clause a string of words, usually with a subject and verb, which forms
either a sentence by itself ('We're going out tonight.') or a major
part of a sentence ('if it doesn't rain'). See also main clause,
subordinate clause
colloquial A colloquial word or expression is used mainly in everyday
conversation, and is not appropriate in formal styles.
comparative the form of an adjective or adverb that is used to express a
greater or smaller degree. Most comparatives end in -er or begin
with more/less: The new cameras are easier to use but the old
ones are more reliable.' See also superlative
compound a word which is made up of two or more parts: e.g. boyfriend,
headache, washing machine, air travel, 'a five-minute waif.
conditional 1 a clause beginning with a word Such as if or unless, or a
sentence containing such a clause




Glossary


a verb form beginning with would/should: They would like to see
a copy of the report.' 'Would you like a drink?'
conjunction a word like and, but, because, since, when, as soon as, if, which
joins two points or ideas together or shows how they are related
to each other: 'We had some cheese and a few biscuits.' Til
phone you when I get back/ 'Although he was late, he made no
attempt to apologize.'
context 1 the word or words which come immediately before and/or after a
particular word or phrase
the social situation in which language is used
countable A countable noun (also 'count noun') is one which has both
singular and plural forms: e.g. 'apple' - 'apples', 'child' -
'children'. See also uncountable
determiner a word like a/an, the, this, my, some, every, which comes in front
of a noun: 'an apple', 'her new car', 'most people'.
direct object See object
direct speech speech that is written down in the exact words of the original
speaker. The words are usually enclosed within inverted
commas: "My purse has been stolen." Indirect speech (also
called 'reported speech') is speech that is written down in the
words of the reporter, with changes to tenses, pronouns,
adverbs etc: She said that her purse had been stolen.
double negative the incorrect use of two negative words instead of one, e.g.
'Nobody never..." instead of 'Nobody ever...'
emphasis the special force that is sometimes given to a word or phrase to
draw it to the listener's or reader's attention: 'I do hope you feel
better soon.' They themselves have never been to Italy.'
finite A finite verb is one which has a subject and a tense: e.g. 'takes',
'took', 'has taken', 'was being taken'.
first person See person
fixed phrase two or more words which are always used together and cannot
be changed in any way: e.g. 'as a matter of fact', 'on the
contrary' (NOT 'on a contrary', 'on the contraries', etc)
formal Formal styles are those in which words and structures are
chosen with care, as in business letters, official reports,
academic textbooks, news broadcasts, public ceremonies, etc.
See also informal
identifying
relative clause See RELATIVE CLAUSE
indirect object See object
indirect speech See dierct speech
infinitive the form of a verb that you look up in a dictionary. There are two
types of infinitive, the 'bare infinitive' (e.g. 'come', 'take', 'send')
and the 'to-infinitive' (e.g. 'to come', 'to take', 'to send'),
sometimes shown in this book as 'to-v'.




372 Glossary
informal Informal styles are those in which language is used in a casual,
spontaneous way, as in everyday conversation and letters to
friends. See also formal
-ing form the form of a verb which ends in '-ing', e.g. 'coming', 'taking',
'sending', sometimes shown in this book as 'v-ing'.
When an -ing form is used as a noun, it is sometimes called a
'gerund': e.g. 'I like reading.' When an -ing form is used as a
vertr, it is sometimes called a present participle: 'I saw her talking
to Dr Edwards this morning.'
intransitive An intransitive verb is one that is used without an object, e.g.
'Wait here until I come back.' See also transitive
main clause (also 'independent clause') a string of words containing a subject
and verb, which can stand alone as a sentence: e.g. 'I'm going
out tonight.' See also subordinate clause
main verb a verb like 'speak', 'take' or 'go' which can be used as the only
verb in a sentence: 'She speaks German and Russian.' 'He took
her to the airport.' A main verb is often preceded by one or more
auxiliary verbs such as 'be', 'do', 'have', 'will', 'may', 'must': 'She
is learning French.' 'He must have taken her to the airport.' 'Do
you know their address?'
modify (also 'qualify') A word is often used with one or more other words
which provide additional information about it or limit its meaning.
In such cases, the word is said to be 'modified'. For example, in
'Japanese cars are quite expensive', 'cars' is modified by
'Japanese', and 'expensive' is modified by 'quite'. The words
'Japanese' and 'quite' are used as modifiers. In 'a luxury hotel',
the first noun ('luxury') modifies the second noun ('hotel').
negative A verb is negative when it is used with not, never, rarely, etc:
'She never answers my questions.' A clause or sentence
containing a negative verb is also negative. Compare: He
wanted to go to bed.' (affirmative verb/sentence); 'He didn't want
to go to bed.' (negative verb/sentence)
non-identifying
relative clause See relative clause
noun a word used to refer to a person, animal, place, thing, etc: 'Each
visitor received a small gift.'
noun phrase a group of words in which the main word is a noun or pronoun:
'Each visitor received a small gift.' 'Have you finished reading the
book I lent you?'
number the contrast between words which are singular (e.g. 'child') and
words which are plural ('children'). Two words are said to 'agree
in number' when they are both singular or both plural. Compare:
The child was playing in the garden' (singular); The children
were playing in the garden' (plural).
object The object (also 'direct object') of a sentence is the person or
thing that is directly affected by the action of the verb: 'She
bought a packet of envelopes'; 'I'd already seen the film'. An
'indirect object* is usually the person or thing that receives the




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direct object: 'She sent my mother a postcard.' 'He gave her a
diamond ring.' 'We told them the news.'
participle See PAST PARTICIPLE, -ING FORM
passive When the subject of a sentence 'performs' the action expressed
by the verb, the verb and the sentence are said to be 'active':
'Someone has stolen my watch.' The government spends a lot
of money on cancer research.' Sometimes the subject of a
sentence does not perform the action expressed by the verb but
'receives' it: 'My watch has been stolen.' 'A lot of money is spent
on cancer research.' In these cases, the verb and the sentence
are said to be 'passive'.
past participle the verb form that is used to make the present perfect and past
perfect, and all passive structures: 'She's lost her address book.'
'I hadn't seen her before.' 'Have the letters been posted yet?'
past perfect the verb form that is made with had and the past participle: 'After
everyone had gone, we began to tidy up.' 'If I'd known your
address, I wouldVe come to see you.' See also progressive
past progressive See progressive
past tense The past tense of a regular verb ends in -ed and has the same
form as the past participle: '×××××d', 'thanked', 'opened'. The
past tense of an irregular verb is formed in many different ways:
'went', 'saw', 'thought', 'found', 'took', 'spoke*. See also
progressive
person the contrast between words which refer to ourselves (e.g. I, we =
'first person'), words which refer to the person we are talking to
(e.g. you = 'second person'), and words which refer to someone
or something else (e.g. he, she, Mrs Robinson, the apple trees =
'third person').
phrase 1 a group of words whose main word is a noun ('many people'),
main verb ('has been written'), adjective ('quite difficult') or
adverb ('fairly soon'), or which begins with a preposition: ('at six
o'clock', 'in the garden', 'for political reasons')
two or more words which are often used together: 'have a bath',
'make a mistake', It is obvious that' See also fixed phrase
plural See number
plural noun a noun which is always plural and does not have a singular form,
e.g. trousers, scissors, goods, surroundings
possessive A possessive form or meaning is one which expresses
ownership or close connection: 'Is this your handbag?' 'Have you
met her husband?' 'It's Bob's birthday tomorrow.' 'We had lunch
at Rosemary's.'
preparatory Instead of using a clause as the subject of a sentence, it is often
subject more natural to begin the sentence with it and put the clause
later: 'It's amazing that nobody was injured.' 'It will be good to
see you all again.' When used in this way, it is called a
preparatory subject.
preposition a word like at, from, for, during, into, in spite of which is used
before a noun, pronoun, etc: 'We went to the airport in a taxi.'




374 Glossary
present perfectthe verb form that is made with have and the past participle: 'My
watch has stopped.' 'Have you seen Alex this morning?' See
alSO PROGRESSIVE
present
progressive See PROGRESSIVE
present simple the verb form which has no endings apart from -s/-es with
subjects such as 'he', 'she', 'it', 'Mrs Robinson' etc: 'I play a lot of
tennis.' The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.' See also
PROGRESSIVE
progressive (also 'continuous') a verb form made with be + -ing: 'It was
raining this morning.' (past progressive); 'Are you coming
tonight?' (present progressive); 'I've been waiting here for over
an hour.' (present perfect progressive); 'Before coming to
London, she had been working in Paris.' (past perfect
progressive). See also simple
pronoun a word like he, her, mine, themselves, some, who, which is used
in place of a noun or noun phrase: 'Ann was very upset when
she heard the news.' ('she' is the pronoun for 'Ann'); 'If Alex
needs a red pen, there's one in the drawer.' ('one' is the pronoun
for 'a red pen')
reflexive pronoun a word like myself or ourselves that ends with -self or -selves: 'I
found myself a seat and sat down.'
reflexive verb a verb that is used with myself, herself, themselves etc: 'You
mustn't blame yourself for the accident.'
relative clause a descriptive clause usually beginning with that, who, which,
whose or whom. An 'identifying' relative clause answers the
question 'which?' and identifies or defines the preceding noun:
The man who was carrying a torch showed us to our seats.' A
'non-identifying' relative clause simply adds further information
about the preceding noun: The man, who was carrying a torch,
showed us to our seats.'
relative pronoun a word like that, who, which, used at the beginning of a relative
clause. See also relative clause
reporting verb a verb like say, answer, ask, complain which is used when
reporting what someone has said, asked, etc: 'She complained
that she needed more time.'' "I can't afford a new car," he
replied.'
second person See person
simple A simple verb form does not have an -ing ending: e.g. 'It rained
all day.' (past simple); 'What time does the train arrive?' (present
simple); 'He's bought a new bicycle.' (present perfect); 'One of
the books had fallen on the floor.' (past perfect). See also
progressive
singular See number
subject The subject of a sentence is the person, thing or idea that the
sentence is about. In statements, the subject usually comes at
the beginning and is followed by a verb: These old newspapers
should be thrown away.' The house they intend to buy is in




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Kensington.' 'Looking after a young child can be very tiring.' See
also preparatory subject
subordinate (also 'dependent clause') a string of words that cannot be used
clause on its own as a sentence, but usually forms a major part of a
sentence: 'As soon as my exams are over, I'm going on holiday.'
'Driving on the wrong side of the road is dangerous.' See also
main clause
superlative the form of an adjective or adverb that is used to express the
greatest or smallest degree. Most superlative forms end in -est
or begin with most/least: 'It was the longest and most boring film
'd ever seen.' See also comparative
syllable A syllable is one or more speech sounds pronounced as one
unit. For example, hat has one syllable, jacket has two syllables,
and cardigan has three.
that-clause a subordinate clause beginning with that which does the job of a
noun, pronoun, etc: 'She told me that you don't like her.' 'It's
amazing that nobody was injured.' Sometimes, especially in
informal styles, the word that may be left out: 'She says (that)
she's looking for a new job.' 'It's a pity (that) you won't be
coming.'
third person See person
to-infinitive See infinitive
to-v See infinitive
transitive A transitive verb is one that is used with an object, e.g. 'She
opened the drawer and took out a knife.' See also
ntransitive
uncountable An uncountable noun is one which has no plural form and is not
used with a/an: e.g. 'We need some new furniture.' 'She needs
advice.' 'Poverty can lead to unhappiness and despair.'
verb a word which refers to an action or a state: 'She said that she felt
v-ing See -ing form
vowel (also 'vowel sound') a speech sound made when the breath
escapes freely, without being blocked or restricted in the mouth
or throat, such as I'vJ as in 'key' /ki:/, or /a:/ as in 'car' /ka:/.
wh-clause a subordinate clause beginning with a wh-word, e.g. what, why,
how, where, who: 'Do you know where she lives?' 'What we
need is a faster printer.'
wh-word See wh-clause


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thanks for the reply Marioom

hoping that the topic would be useful for all

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قديم 10-14-2009, 07:19 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Hi, this is an important topic indeed. I read all of the usually misspelled words, and I think English teachers should draw their pupils' attention to these common mistakes from an early age, because people grow up making the same mistakes, and that makes learning a little bit harder. I need to be honest with you and say that the misspelled words' part wasn't well arranged and that's why the reader should be careful while reading in order to avoid mixing between the misspelled and the right-spelled words.

I haven't read the rest of the topic, but I'll have to because it will certainly help me study English before exams.

Thank you
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قديم 10-15-2009, 01:42 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Hi, this is an important topic indeed. I read all of the usually misspelled words, and I think English teachers should draw their pupils' attention to these common mistakes from an early age, because people grow up making the same mistakes, and that makes learning a little bit harder. I need to be honest with you and say that the misspelled words' part wasn't well arranged and that's why the reader should be careful while reading in order to avoid mixing between the misspelled and the right-spelled words.

I haven't read the rest of the topic, but I'll have to because it will certainly help me study English before exams.

Thank you

yes I agree that the topic is not well arranged because I copied it from a book

and I tried to reaarange it but in vain

but since it is very important for English learners I've decided to post it

thank u dear sister for commenting

the best of regards
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قديم 01-07-2010, 10:51 PM   #6 (permalink)
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a work that deserves to be praised

very important topic

exceptional as always

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قديم 01-13-2010, 10:08 PM   #7 (permalink)
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قديم 11-12-2010, 09:30 AM   #8 (permalink)
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قديم 02-04-2011, 02:03 PM   #9 (permalink)
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