The best way to learn is making mistakes
April 22, 2020
The English language can be tricky.
This is a language that offers different spellings for the same-sounding words. To, two and too, for example. Or there, they’re and their. Add in the fact that each of those six words have their own usage rules and definitions and you can see why English can be so difficult to learn for both native and nonnative speakers.
Then there’s the regional variants for spelling. Think the difference between the British (and Canadian) “flavour” and the American “flavor” or “humour” versus “humor.” According to an article I read on Oxfordinternat...