Get rid of, not from,

Get rid of, not from, Don’t Say:I’ll be glad to get rid from him. Say:I’ll be glad to get rid of him.

Rejoice at or in, not for

Rejoice at or in, not for Don’t Say:We rejoiced for her success. Say:We rejoiced at (or in) her success.

Fond of + -ing

Fond of + -ing Don’t Say:She’s always fond to talk. Say:She’s always fond of talking.

High for Tall

High for Tall Don’t Say:My elder brother is six feet high. Say:My elder brother is six feet tall. Note:We generally use tall with people, and it’s the opposite of short Use high .vhen referring to trees, buildings, or mountains, and it’s the opposite of low

Very and Much – Much

Very and Much – Much Don’t Say:He’s very stronger than I am. Say:He’s much stronger than I am. Note:Use very with adjectives and adverbs in the positive, and with present participles used as adjectives like interesting. Use much with comparatives

Sit and Seat – Sit

Sit and Seat – Sit Don’t Say:We seat at a desk to write a letter. Say:We sit at a desk to write a letter.

Using the relative pronoun which for persons

Using the relative pronoun which for persons Don’t Say:I’ve a brother which is at school. Say:I’ve a brother who is at school. Note:Only use which as a relative pronoun for animals or things. The right pronoun to use for people is who (whose, whom).

Omission of the before the word cinema, etc

Omission of the before the word cinema, etc Don’t Say:On Saturday I go to cinema. Say:On Saturday I go to the cinema. Note:Use definite article before the words cinema, theatre, concert, etc

Practise + -ing

Practise + -ing Don’t Say:You must practise to speak English. Say:You must practise speaking English.

Boast of or about, not for

Boast of or about, not for Don’t Say:James boasted for his strength. Say:James boasted of (or about) his strength.