Biggest Mistakes At B2 First 12

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Otherway you have a bitter taste.

Someone prefers more soft and someone a little bit hard.

It don't want to paste.

My colleague which is the responsible for this.

Installed by a friend of us by an electrician.



Otherwise you have a bitter taste.

Some people prefer soft and some a little bit hard.

It doesn't want to paste. Make sure your subject and verbs agree with each other.

My colleague who is responsible for this. 'Responsible' is an adjective, it is not a noun in English.

Installed by a friend of ours who is an electrician. You should say 'a friend of: mine/yours/his/hers/ours/theirs'.



Black coffee is not good for my healthy

I feel not good

When I can arrived?

I don't like to be a long time in sun

I went to beach

The sea was worried

The weather in Sochi change often



Black coffee is not good for my health. 'Healthy' is an adjective in English. We need to use the noun 'health'  in this sentence. Here are some more examples: running is good for my health. Running is healthy for me. Fruit is good for my health. Fruit is healthy.

When can I arrive? or when did you arrive? In questions the auxiliary verb normally goes before the subject.

I don't like to be in the sun for  a long time.

I went to the beach. If it's just one beach, we should use an article before it.

The sea was frightening. I was frightened by the sea. In English, adjectives which end -ed show how something/somebody feels. E.g. I am worried. Whereas adjectives which end -ing - describe the things which CREATE the feeling, For example: The film was boring, I was bored by the film. This book is interesting. I am interested by the book.

The weather in Sochi changes often.


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