Online grammar editing tool Grammar Check has released the new infographic that lists writing English language writing mistakes.
The list includes 20 mistakes most people make. Some of these mistakes are more common among native speakers, naming only “your” vs. “you’re.”
In the visual, you’ll also find more complex grammar problems, such as ending sentences with prepositions, or putting a coma in the wrong place.
Click or tap the infographic to see it enlarged.
Via Design Taxi.
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