Transitive verbs should be used with an object. Intransitive verbs cannot be used with an object. Wrong: *I bought there.Right: I bought my phone there. Object(s) missing after transitive verb In the examples below, direct objects are missing after transitive verbs.
Chinese learners tend to overuse topic-comment sentence structures in English. These are typically introduced by “FOR”. Wrong: *For the students, they think it is better to have more internship opportunities during their study. Right: Students think it is better to
Choosing the right verb tense depends on the perspective the writer adopts in connection with time. Usually, current events are narrated in the present tense (e.g. “I am at the office right now.”). Past events are narrated in the past tense (e.g. “I