Mistakes Native English Speakers Make PART 3 – Mondegreens

Welcome to part three in a series of mistakes native English speakers make. First, we talked about eggcorns, then about malapropisms, and in today’s post, we’re going to have a look at another phenomenon with another strange name – mondegreens. […]

Mistakes Native English Speakers Make PART 2 – MALAPROPISMS

Today’s post is about malapropisms. Malapropisms have a lot in common with eggcorns—they involve one word being improperly used in place of another. In contrast to an eggcorn, however, there isn’t much logic involved in creating a malapropism; it’s usually […]

Mistakes Native English Speakers Make PART 1 – EGGCORNS

This is the first post in a series about mistakes that native English speakers commonly make. Native speakers in any language can make these types of mistakes, and linguistics can help us understand why. Today we explore a phenomenon called […]

Five Reasons Why you STILL Can’t Speak English

So you’ve been studying English for the last 10 years or more, and you still can’t really speak it? Actually, you’re not alone. In fact, of all the people who try to learn English (or any second language) at some […]

Why Reading is Important to Write Better

Hello loverly English language learners. It’s Morksensei. Welcome back to my channel. What is reading in English so important? Most people who are learning English as a second or foreign language soon learn to speak English well enough to communicate […]