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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 :)

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Hello Nilanjan I was wondering how you eliminated this win-tie-loss=2-0-3 for hotspurs? It is satisfying all condition in my view, plz clarify. Thnks
For 2 win hotspurs will get 6 points which will be more than Leciester but that shouldn't be... So elliminated. Hope i make u understand
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Shiv
2 years ago
Correct, I didn't see that the table is given in descending ranking. Thanks btw.
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
How can I add/upload vedios regarding verbal ability section of English language on unacademy ?
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
Narendra can you send me a mail about the same at gaurav@unacademy.in
  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-