How to choose the right tense and sound like a native English speaker

Choose the Right Words

How to be choosing the right tense and be sounding like a native English speaker

It’s often the “little things” that make a difference in whether you sound like a native English speaker or writer.

You can do everything else correctly – your words and spelling – but you get one “little thing” wrong and it makes your written or spoken words sound wrong.

For example, the other day as I was checking out a very cool vintage store,  two things caught my eye.

First of all, this cool retro chair caught my attention:

retro chair

And something else – a tell tale sign on the sign on that chair – a sign that the writer was from an ESL background (English as a Second language).

Can you see the tell-tale sign (a classic ESL mistake)  on the sign on the cool chair?

I’m a real word nerd and I notice…

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