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Common English Errors By Indians Part 2
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This is the part two of the video on Common English Errors that Indians make.

Gaurav Munjal
Co-Founder and CEO at Unacademy. Love teaching Computer Science and English :)

Unacademy user
thanks sir this very good video.please only one on verb
The course is too short.Wish we Indians made just this many mistakes.
Except the explanation given for 'I have a doubt', all the other points are quite useful. Could you please explain in detail why 'I have a doubt' is wrong?
I have doubt means that you are doubting on someone not about the question. I think so
Doli saini
2 years ago
as sir told in lesson doubt comes with negative sense ....pls correct if I m wrong
Sir thank you for making these awesome video , I regularly keep visiting unacademy website the only problem that I face is this website does not work well in IPAD (safari 8.4) . It will be cherry on the cake for me if I can access unacademy on all device's . PLEASE TRY TO FIX THIS
How can I add/upload vedios regarding verbal ability section of English language on unacademy ?
It"s quite useful to enthusiastic English learners who want to learn correct way learning without so called common errors which occur freqently
  1. Common English Errors by Indians Part 2


  2. Title "Mr" with the first name while addressing people, a very common mistake 0) Or is wrong o These titles should only be used with the last names or full namesS


  3. Real sister or real brother. o It's either sister/brother or cousin :) Years back' vs 'Years ago o If it happened in the past, it happened years ago, not "years back."


  4. . "Years back' vs 'Years ago o If it happened in the past, it happened years ago, not "years back." . "Discuss about"vs "D scuss" o You don't discuss about, you just discuss - discuss itself means 'talking about' Let's discuss about politics is wrong usage o


  5. 0) . "Discuss about" vs "Discuss" o You don't discuss about, you just discuss - discuss itself means 'talking about Let's discuss about politics is wrong usage . Out of Station out of town, out of city /not in the city o


  6. o Further is used for metaphorical terms (He tried to further his chances at success) while 'farther' is reserved for physically measurable distances. (New York is farther than London from Mumbai). - Source Quora Sources https://www.quora.com/Grammar/What-are-the-most- common-English-language-and-grammatical-errors-made- by-people-from-India o https://www.quora.com/Grammar/What-are-the-most-