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13 English Mistakes Even Advanced | How I Travel The World ✈ Cheap Travel - At Up-Tube.com


Gabby Wallace - Go Natural English
Here is a great list of super common mistakes that you might be making. Check out our video lesson above to hear these mistakes and learn how to correct them!

1. ON NEXT MONDAY: Imagine that you're making plans with a friend. You agree to meet for coffee, and your friend asks you what day would work for you. "How about on next Monday?" No! That's incorrect. You can say either "How about next Monday?" or "How about on Monday?," but you cannot use both!

2. IN LAST JULY: Similarly to #1, you can only choose one of these! You can say "in July" or "last July," but you cannot mix both. You can use in when referring to a year, like "in 2003," and you can use last in "last week," "last month," and "last year."

3. NATIVE AMERICAN vs. NATIVE SPEAKER: Native Americans are the people who first lived in North America, way before European settlers arrived on this continent. A Native American is not someone whose mother tongue or native language is American English. It's actually a whole other group of people! The correct term for what you'd like to become, as an awesome English student, is native English speaker :)

4. LEGENDS vs. SUBTITLES: We hope you've been practicing your English skills by watching movies in English. It's such a fun way to learn! However, if you need a visual text guide to help you catch all those words that you might not understand, you should see if the movie has subtitles. Portuguese speakers, especially might ask for the "legends" (legendas in Portuguese), which is incorrect. Instead, a legend is usually a person who is looked up to, or a hero, or an epic story that is passed down through generations.

5. DON'T SKIP WORDS! For example, if you want to ask someone where they're from, don't ask: "Where from?" You're skipping, or leaving out, some important words there! The correct way to ask would be: "Where are you from?" Native English speakers might sound like they're only saying "where from," but that's because we're emphasizing the stress words, and might be speaking quickly.

6. THANKS GOD: We love seeing your positive comments on our lessons and videos, and we appreciate these nice words! However, they are NOT correct. The correct way to say this phrase is: "Thank God!" Another way to say this (in perhaps a less religious sense, if you would prefer) would be: "Thank goodness!"

7. TEACHER IS NOT A TITLE! Gabby is a great teacher, and we know how much you enjoy interacting with her! However, when addressing a teacher, you should instead address them by their name. For example: in a more formal situation, you would address a teacher by their last name, i.e. Mr. Smith or Mrs. Smith. In some cases, women might prefer Miss Smith (if they are unmarried), or Ms. Smith, which is a general form of addressing women and which does not reflect their marital status. In a less formal setting, like what we do here at Go Natural English, you could refer to your teacher here as Gabby :)

8. MA'AM OR MADAM: This is most commonly used as a sign of respect for much older women, particularly in the South. You should only be using words like ma'am or madam in very formal situations, or with your elders.

9. EXPLAIN THIS TO ME: When you would like to have something explained better, you would not ask: "Explain me this." That is incorrect! The correct way would be to say: "Explain this to me" or "Explain it to me."

10. ASK ME: Don't say "Ask to me" or "Ask to him/her." We simply say: ask me, ask him/her, ask them, ask Gabby!

11. FUNNY vs. FUN: Funny is something that makes you laugh or is comical (ha ha ha!). Something fun is something you enjoy doing, that makes you happy, but you're not necessarily laughing.

12. I HAVEN'T + NOUN: Saying things like "I haven't the money," or "I haven't the time," are technically correct phrases, but they are antiquated. These are very old ways of saying "I don't have the money," or "I don't have the time." You might hear the older versions in countries like the U.K., but you will likely never hear them in the U.S. You would, however, see "haven't" used in front of a verb in the past participle, like: "I haven't studied today."

13. CHANGE WORD ORDER FOR QUESTIONS: We've been asked: "When you will start the new Go Natural English course?" a few times! That is an incorrect question. The correct way to ask would be: "When will you start the new Go Natural English course?" Subject + verb is the sentence structure you'd use for a statement. You need to invert it when you ask a question like this!

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Comments 382 Comments

Elena Salvatore
Great video! I grew up in Australia and i went to school there, but right now i am teaching English in Europe and i am going nuts because the teachers here are telling students to call them teacher. It sounds so wrong because i grew up calling all my teachers by their last name / surname.
Gilberto Ferreira
Such a pretty girl...
I couldn't have enjoy more watching this lesson.
All TV
Hey Gabby, today u r looking gorgeous
Gabby is an amazing teacher. She’s so enthusiastic about the subject and charming at the same time.
Francesco Gutierrez
In the case of "legend", that's because we have a false cognate with the Brazilian word "legenda", which means "subtitle" in English. So, many people get confused about it.
Norvin Palacios
Does that mean I really have an advance level of English?
Norvin Palacios
Hey Gaby, I don't make those mistakes. Does that mean I really have an level of English?
Valéria Myosetsu
could be : I haven't got enough money?
Alex Dennn
for a second I've been wonder by my self how it would be in Russian language if I ask a teacher and named her or him a teacher it would be strange
I think, “i have no money” sounds prettier
Faizullah Hamraz
very usefull dear,
Yoan H.Benitez
Gavy .I ik e h e r
gs tech unboxing
I am your biggest fan and your eyes are sooo beautiful
mindpower bodypower
Gaby your English lessons are very very efficient for me so I would like to meet you where are you from?
Luis Dias Sousa
My better english teacher
Sara A
What a great video! I loved it. Thank you👍
Cecilia Geller
Go Natural English >>>>>>>>> English with Lucy
Lazaro Candelario
Thenk you . for you time ticher
Hey , Gabby! You're cool 👍
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