Wrong: I was bought up in Hyderabad.Wrong: What I did for you?
Wrong: Why you do me like this?
These are little nuances of the languages that you must learn through practices. Say:
Correct: What have I done to you?
Correct: Why are you treating me like this?
Wrong: My happy birthday is on January 27.Wrong: Inflation has gone up in the last four month.
Months is the plural form of month. Since there are four, you must say:
Correct: Inflation has gone up in the last four months.
Wrong: Five players has been short listed to play for India.Wrong: I have seen it happening many a times.
Since you say a before times, it should be single and not plural.
Correct: I have seen it happen many a time.
What is the time in your watch?The law comprised of several sections.
Comprises actually means consisting of, so the OF is not needed. Make it this:
The law comprised several sections.
I is late.He said that you want it.
There is a disagreement between said and want in this statement. Said is in the past tense while want is in the present. The proper form would be:
He said that you wanted it.
Wrong: Do not open doors of the window.Wrong: Do not rotate in the corridor.
Correct: Do not loiter in the corridor.
I can not teach if student's mob is not there.He hit him soft.
Adverbs end in y. This is an adverb because it qualifies the verb.
He hit him softly.
Order of words:Repeating certain words for emphasis:
WRONG: Morning morning jogging is a good habit.
CORRECT: Jogging early in the morning is a good habit.
WRONG: The flowers are of different different colors.
CORRECT: The flowers are of many different colors.
WRONG: Small small mistakes are forgivable, not big big blunders.
CORRECT: Small mistakes are forgivable, not big blunders.
I have given the exams.He was both his father as well as his mentor.
This is another very common error. When you use BOTH, the AS WELL AS is unnecessary or redundant. Use either of the two.
He was both his father and his mentor.
He was his father as well as his mentor.
She is very proudy.Often advice and advise are confused and misused by people.
ADVICE is a noun, while ADVISE is a verb.
WRONG: Please advice me on the issue.
RIGHT: Please advise me on the issue.
WRONG: What is your advise?
RIGHT: What is your advice?