This is directed at non-native english speakers, but everyone is welcome to participate.
(I'm re-posting this because I had a duplicate account! I didn't even know I was on it!)
Through the years, I have seen many people struggle with certain phrases or rules in English.
One of the most common issues I have seen would be confusing different tenses.
As an example: "I have plans yesterday." instead of "I had plans yesterday."
So, in the spirit of sharing cultures, I have one question.
What is the most common error you see foreigners make when speaking your (non-english) language?
This might also help you in your own studies. Try to think if you might be making a similar mistake in English!
I want to write some mistakes that I had made.
It's all I can remember.
1.(x)I love to swimming
(0)I love to swim / I love swimming
2.(x)How about go to see a movie?
(0)How about going to see a movie?
3.(x)What is your job?
(0)What do you do?
In spanish the most common mistake is the spanish verbs "ser/estar" or in english " to be". The english people usually use the verb to be to this. Also another common mistakes is with gender. In spanish the articles have a gender, the adjetives also have a gender.
I hope that this could be helpull and I'm sorry for my english, I´m beginnner