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5 Wrong Grammars you say every day: “I Saw your Missed Call”, It’s Wrong, Say this Instead, and More Corrections

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5 Wrong Grammars you say every day: “I Saw your Missed Call”, It’s Wrong, Say this Instead, and More Corrections: English is a global language, learning to speak it very well is an advantage and can be very useful in life. For example, English is the general language of pilots notwithstanding the country they come from.

It’s OK to make grammar errors, after all, everyone makes mistakes, but we must be ready to take corrections always.

In this article, we will be looking at common grammar errors most people make and their corrections simultaneously.

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  1. I Saw Your Missed Call

Well, this one is common, I must confess I say this too, but it’s wrong. Never say; “I saw your missed call”, the right thing to say is; ” I missed your call”.

  1. I Am In A Bus

This one is also common, most times while people answer a phone call in buses and public cabs, they say; “I am in a bus”, which is wrong. The right thing to say is; “I am on a bus”.

  1. Have You Eaten?

This is a mistake a lot of people make, don’t say; “Have you eaten?”, Instead say; “Have you had your; breakfast or lunch or dinner?”, This is the right thing to say.

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Please take note of these corrections, feel free to drop a comment below and tell us what you learned.

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