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مُساهمةموضوع: Common mistakes in English   الخميس 13 مارس 2008, 5:53 am




[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


الأخطاء الشائعة في استخدام اللغة الإنجليزية

Common mistakes in English

هي أخطاء في صياغة العبارات و في استبدال الكلمات القريبة من بعضها مما يقلب المعنى رأساً على عقب.

أُلفت كتب حول هذا قد يحمل بعضها عناوين مثل

Common Mistakes in English

أو
Common Errors in English Usage

أو

(أخطاء شائعة في إنجليزيتك
)

سنبدأ بالأخطاء البسيطة:

Don"t say : It"s eight fifteen o"clock.

Say: It"s eight fifteen.

الجملة الأولى خطأ لأنها تعني: 815 ساعة.

والمراد كما توضحه الجملة الثانية: الثامنة و الربع.


[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]

حينما تود التعبير عن أن المعطف مشقووق-

Don"t say: Your coat is broken.

Say: Your coat is torn.

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


حينما تريد التعبير عن أن علي لم يخطئ

Don"t say: Ali didn"t make a fault anyway.

Say: Ali didn"t make a mistake anyway.

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


حينما تريد القول: هل لديك مانع من إرسال هذه الرسالة فلا تقل:

Don"t say: Would you mind posting this letter for me?

لأن المعنى حينها يكون: هل تمانع بترحيل هذه الرسالة ؟


Say: Would you mind mailing this letter for me?

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


حينما تريد القول: أصبح بخير فلا تقل:

Don"t Say: He becomes better
.
لأن المعنى حينها يكون: تحوَّل إلى الأفضل.

Say: He got better.

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


حينما تريد القول: لدينا اختبار سمعيّ غداً فلا تقل:

Don"t Say: We"ll have a hearing test tomorrow
.
فالمعنى هنا سيكون ( لدينا اختبار نسمع به غداً)

Say: We"ll have a listening test tomorrow

و المعنى هنا صحيح لدينا اختبار سمعيّ غداً

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الخميس 13 مارس 2008, 6:03 am

من الخطأ القول:

She speaks English very good

بل الصحيح:

She speaks English very well


لأن كلمة good هي صفة و لا يمكن استخدامها محل الحال well

أما إذا كان المراد وصف اللغة نفسها فيجب تغيير ترتيب الجملة إلى


She speaks very good English


[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


من الخطأ القول:

The man was absorbed at his work


والصحيح:

The man was absorbed in his work


معنى الجملة : كان الرجل منهمكا في عمله

absorbed in = منهمك في

كلمة absorbed يستخدم معها حرف الجر in وليس at

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


من الخطأ القول:


He laughed on me


والصحيح:

He laughed at me

لأن الكلمة laughed يستخدم معها حرف الجر at

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


من الخطأ القول:


Khaled is afraid from the snake


والصحيح:

Khaled is afraid of the snake



كلمة afraid والتي معناها خائف تأخذ حرف الجر of وليس from



afraid of = خائف من


[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


من الخطأ القول


She studies us biology


والصحيح:

She teaches us biology

لأن الفعل teach معناه أن شخصا ما يعلّمك و إنك تتلقى العلم منه


أما study معناه الذهاب إلى مكان لتلقي العلم ونحن نتحدث عن المعلمة

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


من الخطأ القول:


She accused the man for stealing


والصحيح:


She accused the man of stealing


معنى الجملة : هي اتهمت الرجل بالسرقة

accuse somebody of something =يتهم شخصا بشيء ما


الفعل accuse الذي معناه يتهم يأخذ حرف الجر of وليس for


note: the verb charge takes the preposition with


for example : She charged the man with stealing


معنى الملاحظة هذه: هو أن الفعل charge والذي يأتي أيضا

بمعنى يتهم يستخدم معه حرف الجر with


ترجمةالمثال : هي اتهمت الرجل بالسرقة. فهذا المثال له نفس معنى المثال السابق

إلا إننااستخدمنا في هذا المثال فعل مختلف وحرف الجر المناسب له.


[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]

من الخطأ القول:


advantage using a computerthe

والصحيح:

the advantage of using a computer

لأن حرف الجر of ضروري لإتمام معنى الجملة وبنائها بالشكل الصحيح

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]

من الخطأ القول:

Rice needs plenty water

والصحيح:


Rice needs plenty of water


التفسير: لنفس السبب السابق

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من الخطأ القول:

The teacher was angry against Ahmad


والصحيح:

The teacher was angry with/at Ahmad

معنى الجملة : كان المدرس غاضبا من أحمد.

with/ at = تعني انك لو

استخدمت حرف الجر with أو at فكلاهما صحيح ولكن لا يجوز استخدامهم معا.


ملاحظة : إذا كنت أنت غاضب من شخص فان لك الخيار

أن تستخدم حرفي الجر
at أو with مع كلمة angry

أما إذا كنت غاضبا من شي وعندما أقول شيء فاقصد بذلك كل شيء ماعدا الإنسان

فانك تستخدم حرفي الجر
at أو about لنأخذ المثال التالي:


The passengers are angry at/ about the delay of the flight

معنى المثال السابق: المسافرون غاضبون من تأجيل الرحلة
.

من ذلك نستنتج إن حرف الجر at يستخدم مع كلمة angry سواء استخدمت هذه الكلمة مع إنسان أو شيء

إما حرف الجر with فهو يستخدم معها إذا استخدمت مع إنسان وحرف الجر about إذا استخدمت مع شيء.

[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]


من الخطأ القول:

I am glad the news are good

والصحيح:

I am glad the news is good


لأن كلمة news مفردة وليس كما يعتقدها البعض أنها جمع

و إذا أردنا
الإشارة إلى خبر فإننا نقول


A piece or an item of news

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الخميس 13 مارس 2008, 6:04 am


a lot of

x She makes us do a lots of homework
√ She makes us do a lot of homework
√ She makes us do lots of homework

a lot of, or lots of WITHOUT a

above

x There were above a hundred people in the
crowd

√ There were over a hundred people in the crowd

Don't use above with numbers (unless referring to
points on a scale): ' He is over eighty years of age,' 'I receive over twenty
letters a day,' But 'Don't let the temperature get above thirty degrees,'


above-mentioned

x I would be grateful if you would send it to the address above-mentioned
√ I would be grateful if you would send it to the above-mentioned address

Above-mentioned ALWAYS comes before the noun it
modifies: 'above-mentioned person', 'above-mentioned company',



absent


x
The sales manager was absent at the meeting




The sales manager was absent from the meeting



absent from, not at


x
I went to her house at
four o'clock but she was absent



I went to her house at
four o'clock but she wasn't in


absent = not present at something that you're supposed to attend:
absent from school


Accept

x These people accept to take risks in order
to succeed

√ These people accept the need to take risks in order to succeed

x The company will not accept to buy new
machines

√ The company will not agree to buy new machines

We accept a person's advice, opinion, or suggestion
But agree to do something. Compare: 'I accepted her
suggestion and agreed to see the doctor that evening'


x To tell you the truth, I can't accept
people who think about money all the time

√ To tell you the truth, I can’t stand/bear/abide people who think about
money all the time


can’t stand/bear/abide = can’t tolerate


accommodation

x
I can’t find the right accomodation




I can’t find the right accommoation




accommodation (double c, double m)




Accommodation in
london are very expensive AmE



Accommodation in
London is very expensive


In British English accommodation (= a place to live or spend the
night) is always uncountable. In American English it can be countable



accord


x
People think he resigned on his own accord




People think he resigned of his own accord



of your own accord , NOT on


according to


x
According to me, we should spend more money on
education




In my opinion, we should spend more money on education



According to can’t be followed by me or for


accuse


x
Some unemplyed men accuse women for taking their
jobs




Some unemployed men accuse women of taking their jobs



accuse someone of something, not for


accustomed


x
Having lived in
England for two years, I’m now accustomed myself to the cold weather



Having lived in
England for two years, I’m now accustomed to
the cold weather



be/grow accustomed to something or accustom yourself to something


Compare: ‘He soon grew accustomed to the harsh working conditions.’
,‘He soon ac******ed himself to the harsh working conditions,’



Note that more informal alternative ‘He soon got used to the harsh
working conditions. ’



x
It took me six months to get
accustomed with the climate



It took me six months to get
accustomed to the climate


get accustomed to something not with


x
Where I come from, we’re not
accustomed to see
so many things in the shops




Where I come from, we’re not
accustomed to seeing so many things in the shops


be accustomed to + v-ing


actual


x
We’d like to know more about the actual crisis,
not the economic problems of the past




We’d like to know more about the present/current crisis, not the economic
problems of the past



actual = real (as opposed to ‘guessed’, ‘supposed , etc.’): ‘People
think he is over fifty but his actual age is forty-eight.’



present/current = happening or existing now


actually


x
We need to produce and export more than we do actually




We need to produce and export more than we do at present



actually = strange as it may seem; in fact (despite what is said or
thought): ‘People think we’ve got lots money, but actually we’re very poor.’



At present = now


address


x
I'll give you my adress




I'll give you my address



address (Double D


advice


x
I adviced him to tell the police




I advised him to tell the police



Advice is a noun


Advise is a verb


x
She gave me a good advise




She gave me some good advice



Advice is an uncountable noun


Note the alternative: ' She gave me a good piece of advice'


advise


x
I asked my lawyer for her advise




I asked my lawyer for her advice



Advise is a verb


Advice is a noun


affair


x
There's a new affair in the middle of Helsinki
which sells them




There's a new shop in the middle of Helsinki which sells them



affair = a thing, matter, or happening: 'The murder of the
politician was a terrible affair



affect

x
It's a magazine about computers and their affects
on your lives




It's a magazine about computers and their effects on your lives



Affect (with a) is a verb. To affect something is to have an effect
on it :'Smoking affects your health.' (= Smoking has an effect on your health).



afford

x
A newspaper can be a afforded by most people




Most people can afford a newspaper




afford is rarely used in passive


x
My father couldn't afford paying for my
education




My father couldn't afford to pay for my education






afford (to do) something

x
My father couldn't afford himself to lend me any
money




My father couldn't afford to lend me any money




Afford isn't a reflexive verb (reflexive means showing that the action
of the verb affects the person who performs the action e.g. he cut himself, cut
is a reflexive verb and himself is a reflexive pronoun) definition from Oxford
dictionary



x
I want to get my coat back because I can’t afford the
money
for a new one




I want to get my coat back because I can’t afford (to buy) a new one






Money is rarely used as an object of afford


afraid


x
The road to the airport was very busy and we were afraid to miss the plane




The road to the airport was very busy and we were afraid of missing the plane



Be afraid to do something = be unwilling to do something because
you’re frightened : ‘She was afraid to eat in case it was poisonous’.



Be afraid of doing something = be worried or anxious about
something which might happen



after


x
The flight had been very pleasant until a man sitting after
me started to shout




The flight had been very pleasant until a man sitting behind me started to
shout



after = following in time or order: ‘I’ll see you after lunch.’
‘Remember to put a full stop after the last word.’



Behind = at the back of


x
After a week we’re going to Italy




In a week’s time we’re going to Italy



In a week OR in a week’s time = after or at the end of a week


x
Most of the people on the bus were after sixty




Most of the people on the bus were over sixty



The preposition over is used with ages (and numbers) to mean more
than



x
I promised to meet Hitomi at the exhibition a week after




I promised to meet Hitomi at the exhibition a week later



The use of after as an adverb (in place of later) is very
colloquial (colloquial= informal) and is likely to be regarded as non-standard
by careful user




AmE A police car arrived within minutes and soon after, an ambulance came




BrE A police car arrived within minutes and soon afterwards, an ambulance came



In British English the use of after as an adverb (in place of
afterwards) is common in informal usage but is regarded by careful users as
non-standard




After you’ll leave, we will write to you every day




After you leave/have left, we will write to you every day



After is followed by the
present simple tense (or present perfect) for future reference, NOT shall/will
+ verb



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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الخميس 13 مارس 2008, 6:05 am




after all

x After all, I’d like to thank you all for
coming here today
√ Finally, I’d like to thank you all for coming here today

Use after all when (1) you want to introduce an idea which
seems to contradict something which has been said before: ‘They had planned to
go by train, but they went by car after all’ (2) you want to remind someone of
a fact which they should consider: ‘I’m not surprised you’re tired. After all,
you were working all night.’ Remember that we use finally to conclude so
finally = to conclude


afternoon

x The afternoon I met them at the hotel and we
went to the beach
√ In the afternoon I met them at the hotel and we went to the beach

In the morning/afternoon/evening
Compare: the next afternoon I met them again

x On the afternoon we have two hours of classes
√ In the afternoon we have two hours of classes

When talking about a particular afternoon, use on
When speaking generally, use in: on the afternoon/morning/evening
of 3rd July BUT in the evening/morning/afternoon



age


x
I met a group of youngsters at my age in
Trafalgar square




I met a group of youngsters (of) my own age in Trafalgar square



(of) my own age, NOT at


agenda


x
In the left-hand pocket you will find a little red agenda
that I need urgently




In the left-hand pocket you will find a little red diary that I need urgently



agenda = a list of topics for discussion at a meeting


diary = a book in which a person writes appointments or things to
be remembered


ages


x
The glasses haven’t been washed since ages




The glasses haven’t been washed for ages



remember that we use since for beginning a period but for is used
length of a period



ago


x
It’s a month ago since I left
Germany



It’s a month since I left
Germany


Don’t use ago before since


x
I’m writing in reply to your letter that I’ve
received two days ago




I’m writing in reply to your letter that I received two days ago



The present perfect tense is NOT used with words showing past time
such as yesterday, last week, a year ago



x
The inspector asked to see his ticket, as I had done a few minutes ago




The inspector asked to see his ticket, as I had done a few minutes before



Ago is used of a period in the past that is measured from the
present moment



Before is used of a period that is NOT measured from the present


A few minutes ago = before now


A few minutes before = before then


x
The accident happened at ten years ago




The accident happened ten years ago



Don’t use at to introduce a time expression with ago


agreed


x
We were both agreed with him




We both agreed with him



Agreed can’t be used as an adjective when it’s followed by with.
Compare: ‘When it comes to the question of finance, we’re all agreed.’ = have
the same opinion


aid


x
Many more will die unless there is an increase in foreign aids




Many more will die unless there is an increase in foreign aid



Aid = support or help and it’s an uncountable noun

aim


x
I started to learn English with the aim to become a
teacher




I started to learn English with the aim of becoming a teacher



With the aim of + v-ing


Note however: ‘My aim is to become a teacher.’


x
Everybody should be given the chance to reach
their aims




Everybody should be given the chance to achieve their aims



achieve an aim, NOT reach


alive


x
Every alive creature in the sea is affected by
pollution




Every living creature in the sea is affected by pollution



Alive is the opposite of dead


Living is the opposite of non-living


Alive always follows the noun it modifies: ‘Some of the fish in the
boat were still alive.’



x
Our teacher, Mr Collins, is very alive




Our teacher, Mr Collins, is very lively



Alive = not dead = it’s rarely modified


Lively= full of energy and action

all


x
I like all the kinds of music




I like all kinds of music



Don’t use the after all when the reference is general. Compare: ‘I
like all kinds of fruit.’(general reference) ‘I like all the kinds of fruit
that my wife likes’ specific reference



x
We all were delighted when we heard the news




We were all delighted when we heard the news



x
We all must try to find a solution to the
problem




We must all try to find a solution to the problem



All usually goes immediately after the (first) auxiliary verb :‘You
should all pass the exam if you work hard.’ ‘They have all been working hard.’
When there’s no auxiliary verb, all is placed immediately before the main verb:
‘They all passed the exam.’ However, when the main verb is be, all is placed
immediately after it: ‘The letters are all on your desk.’



x
All of us didn’t want to go to bed




None of us wanted to go to bed



Use none of with an affirmative verb, NOT all of with a negative
verb



x
I was alone in the house as all my parents were
at work




I was alone in the house as bot of my parents were at work



all is used for three or more people or things


both is used for two people or things


x
if you sit down and listen, I will explain all
the situation




if you sit down and listen, I will explain the whole situation



x
he spent all the journey talking about accidents




he spent the whole/entire journey talking about accidents



all is rarely used with the
singular form of a countable noun. Compare: ‘All the walls have been painted
green.’ (plural) ‘The whole wall has been painted green’(singular




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Boast of or about not for.
Do not say: he boasted for his strength.
Say :he boasted of or(about) his strength.


Careful of ,with, about not for.
Do not say: she is very careful for her health.
Say: she is very careful of or about her health.
Or say: you should be more careful with your money.


Note: take care of. He takes care of his money.

Travel by train, etc., not with train, etc.
Don’t say: he travelled with the train.
Say: he travelled by train yesterday.


Note : we say by train, by boat, by plane, by bike, also by land by sea, by air
, by bus, in a bus, or on a bus, by car or in a car , by taxi or in a taxi, on
horse –back, on a donkey ,on a bicycle, on foot.

Complain about not for
Don’t say: he complained for the weather.
Say: he complained about weather.

Note : when talking about illness we use complain of. We say: she complained of
a sore throat.


Composed of not form.
Don’t say: our class is composed from thirty students.
Say: our class is composed of thirty students.


Confidence in not to.
Don’t say: I have great confidence to you.
Say: I have great confidence in you.

Note: in confidence: let me tell you something in confidence = (as a secret)




Conform to, not with.
Don’t say: we must conform with the rules.
Say: we must conform to the rules.

Note: comply takes with: we’ll comply with your request.

Congratulate on not for.
Don’t say: I congratulate you for your success.
Say: I congratulate you on your success.

Consist of not from.
Don’t say: A year consist from twelve months.
Say: A year consist of twelve months.

Note: take great care never to use consist in passive form.


Covered with not by.
Don’t say: the mountains are covered by snow.
Say: the mountains are covered with snow.

Cure of not from.
Don’t say: the man was cured from his illness.
Say: the man was cured of his illness.

Note: the noun cure takes for: there is no cure for his disease.


Depend on or upon not from.
Don’t say: it depends from her.
Say it depends on or upon her.

Note: rely on or upon: I can’t rely on or upon him.

Deprive of not from.
Don’t say: Nelson Mandela was deprived from his freedom.
Say: Nelson Mandela was deprived of his freedom.

Die of an illness not from an illness.
Don’t say: many people died from malaria.
Say: many people died of malaria.

Note: people die of illness, of huger, of thirst, of or from wounds, from
overwork, by violence, by the sword, by pestilence, in battle, for their
country, for a cause, through neglect, on the scaffold at the stake.

Different from not than
Don’t say: my book is different than yours.
Say: my book is different from yours.


Disappointed by, about or at not from.
(a) By /at/about:
Don’t say: Eyad was disappointed from the low mark he got in the test.
Say: Eyad was disappointed by /at /about the low mark he got in the test.

(b) with/in:
Don’t say: he was disappointed from his son.
Say: he was disappointed with or in his son.

Note: Before a person we use with or in, before a thing we use at, about or by
and before a gerund we use at : Keith is very disappointed at not winning the
prize. We use that (optional before a new clause): I was disappointed that I
did not get an invitation.



Divide into parts not in parts.
Don’t say: I divided the cake in four parts.
Say: I divided the cake into four parts.

Note: A thing may be divided in half or in two: Paul divided the apple in half
or two





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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الأربعاء 11 يناير 2012, 2:35 am

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الأربعاء 11 يناير 2012, 3:27 am

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الخميس 01 مارس 2012, 12:57 am

some of those mistakes are mine lol , thanks alot master
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الخميس 01 مارس 2012, 4:47 am

thank you [ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذه الصورة]
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الخميس 01 مارس 2012, 11:11 am

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الخميس 01 مارس 2012, 1:56 pm

شكرًا
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Common mistakes in English   الإثنين 30 أبريل 2012, 11:10 pm

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