8 Common Mistakes | Quick Tips To Improve Your English & Help You Sound More Like A Native Speaker

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In this video, I talk about common mistakes that English learners make. I have found many of these mistakes in the comment section of my YouTube videos and in private emails I receive from email subscribers. Hopefully this video helps your improve your English 🙂

Here is a list of the mistakes I mentioned:

1. Advices vs. advice
2. “All of what” vs. everything
3. waste time vs. spend time
3. “impatiently waiting” vs. look forward to
4. Meeting people (not places or things)
5. Too vs. so
6. “Excellent, your videos!” vs. “Your videos are excellent”
7. History vs. story
8. “The school of my son” vs. “my son’s school”

Can you think of any other common mistakes? Share them in the comment section and let us know if you have any tips you’d like to add 🙂


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