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Egg on Your Face

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This Grammar eBook explores the most prevalent grammatical mistakes people make. Each mistake is thoroughly discussed and illustrated with examples in the media and on the Internet.

Here's a list of The Top 25 Grammatical Mistakes

Subject-Verb Disagreement

1. Misuse of There’s 2. False and Perhaps Fatal Attractions 3. None and Each 4. Group Nouns - Majority do or Majority does?


5. Subjective and Objective Case of Pronouns 6. Your vs. You’re 7. Me, Myself, and I 8. It’s vs. Its 9. There, Their, They’re 10. Pronoun Agreement - Sexism 11. Who vs. Whom 12. That vs. Which

Word Usage

13. Should of, Could of 14. Affect vs. Effect 15. Lead vs. Led 16. Principal vs. Principle


17. Possessives: Apostrophe -s 18. Plurals 19. Hyphenation and Prefix Words 20. Hyphenation and Phrasal Adjectives 21. Serial Comma 22. Comma and 23. Em dash 24. Quotation Marks and Other Punctuation

Last but Not Least

25. Dangling Participles

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