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Common Mistakes in English (Uncountable nouns 1)

Uncountable nouns 1 Common mistakes in the use of uncountable nouns ꭗ    I need to buy some furnitures. I also need to buy some furniture. ꭗ     We have to relocate all the equipments. ü We have to relocate all the equipment. ꭗ     Let me give you an advice. ü …

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during

during  all through a period of time: Please remain seated d- the show. at one point within a period of time: Our train will depart d- the night. D- the summer season, all the hotels are full in this city. D- daylight hours, many creatures stay underground.  I really didn’t …

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able

Able  ꭗ He is perfectly a- to handle the problem. √ He is perfectly capable of handling the problem. ꭗ I am not a- to decide on who to invite so far. √ I can’t decide on who to invite so far. ꭗ She felt so sleepy She wasn’t a- …

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ability

ability   (the fact of being able to do something): ꭗ The noise also is destroying my a- of thinking. √ The noise also is destroying my a- to think. ab- (skill, expertness, or talent): ꭗ These exercise by all mean develop your a- of reading. √ These exercise by …

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Action

action         Do not use do and a- together. Do things, something, anything (NOT do an a-). ꭗ     I have a number of actions to do today. ü I have a number of things to do today. ꭗ     We should do a- to help him. ü We …

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