List of Top 10 Grammar Errors in Advertising

If you do not have a good content, you cannot deliver a good message to readers. It is important that you do your best to avoid English grammar errors, if you know about it; you can have a wonderful content that is easy and nice to read.

List of Grammar Errors in Advertising With Examples

  1. It’s vs. its: There is a big difference of these two things. The “it’s” word is also equivalent to “it is”. For example, it’s okay to use grammar corrector online. This is one of the common errors in advertising because of using it’s, people are using its.
  2. To vs. too: There are ads that you can see that using the word “to” instead of “too”. For instance, if you do not like the price “to” bad.  The right word to use is “too” and not “to”.
  3. Singular vs. pronoun: You should know how to use the word singular to pronoun: For instance, people are dancing in the street. The incorrect sentence is that they create a sentence “people are dance in the street.
  4. Then vs. than: Than is being used to compare and then is being used in discussing time.
  5. Who vs. ho: For some they use “ho” instead of who. For instance, ho is the writer. The correct sentence is “who is the writer”?
  6. Is vs. are: “is” is singular and “are” is plural. For instance, she is a great person and they are a wonderful dancers.Grammar Errors in Advertising
  7. Irregular verbs: You should know how to use the irregular verbs.
  8. Grammer vs. grammar: Some people say that “grammer is a vandal”. The right sentence is to say “grammar is a vandal”.
  9. Loose vs. lose: Lose means “misplace something” and loose is an adjective.
  10. Effect vs. affect:  For instance, she affects the media. Some people use effect which is not the right word and this is one of the common mistakes committed by people.

Here are some of the mistakes that people are committing. You need to know how to differentiate the words to have a great output.

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