While reading, you will encounter error in the rule stated as they are purposely made to help you understand more practically. These are very good tips I must confess. You must try to understand each of the rules. However, it will be of no surprise for those who have already learned this.

  1. A preposition is a terrible word to end a sentence with. Never do it.
  2. Remember to never split an infinitive.
  3. Don’t use no double negatives.
  4. Don’t ever use constructions.
  5. And never start a sentence with a conjunction.
  6. Write i before e except after c. I’m relieved to to receive this anciently weird rule.
  7. Foreign words and phrases are not <<chic>>.
  8. The passive voice is to be avoided whenever possible.
  9. Who need rhetorical questions?
  10. Reserve the apostrophe for it’s proper use and omit it when its not necessary.
  11. Use fewer with number and less with quantity, but less and less people do.
  12. Proof read carefully to see if you any words out.
  13. Me and my friend are careful to use subject pronouns correctly.
  14. Verbs has to agree with their subjects.
  15. You have done good to use adverbs correctly.
  16. If any word is incorrect at the end of a sentence, an auxiliary verb is.
  17. Steer clear of incorrect verb forms that have snuck into the language.
  18. Take the bull by the hand and avoid mixing your idioms.
  19. Tell the rule about <<whom>> to who you like.
  20. At the end of the day avoid clichés like the plague.

LIZ and John Soars, New Headway Advanced Student’s Book,
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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