Hi medeya2012, the key to correct grammar is absorbing as much English as possible. Whenever you compose a sentence and you are not sure about a certain phrase, you simply need to read more until you have enough English sentences copied in your head. I know this is a life long process and even native speakers have to use their language constantly to improve their skills. So there is one important fact: When it comes to grammar you must keep a balance between learning rules and copying phrases and sentences. In most cases, ESL learners concentrate too much on learning grammar rules. The question is do you really need to know any grammar rules in order to speak and write in English correctly?
As for common ESL/English errors, I know there are quite a number of websites that contain such lists. What I’d like to do is create our own list. This means, our list will contain only those mistakes that are frequently made by the users of our forum.
Let me know what you think,
TOEIC listening, photographs: The young football players[YSaerTTEW443543]