1. `¤*«مُحمدْ البادِيْ»*-¤

    `¤*«مُحمدْ البادِيْ»*-¤ ¬°•| غَيثُ مِن الَعطاء ُ|•°¬

    Hey guys, I thought of new way on how to correct our daily English. I do not pretend I’ve mastered English language, but with your cooperation, I will do, hopefully
    The idea is simply that you post a phrase or a sentence that you feel inconsistence, and then correct it. Or you request to correct it if you have doubt about its current form
    I once wrote ‘in my behalf’ but one member commented (by the way thanks for the "in my behalf" however I prefer ON my behalf)
     
  2. DarkFireSlash

    DarkFireSlash ¬°•|مٌفكِر وُمبِدع تطوِري |•°¬

    some times i tend to forget articles

    still i dont use some advance but casual terms in daily conversations


    and when i stumble on a new word that the speaker presented it i just tell him to define it



    so do u know where to use this phrase?:



    in or on or at


    as long as a native speaker gets the conveyed massage

    he will not mind it



    Wishy washy?
     
  3. `¤*«مُحمدْ البادِيْ»*-¤

    `¤*«مُحمدْ البادِيْ»*-¤ ¬°•| غَيثُ مِن الَعطاء ُ|•°¬

    I am not sure myself, however, I will try to find an answer

    For native speaker, as you humbly mentioned, it does not matter as long as they get the message

    But our obsession to stick to grammar has made it difficult sometimes to speak English
     

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