Is it “My apologies for” or “My apologies on”?
This is one of the most common English mistakes I hear. So, if you want to sound like a native speaker, you need to be sure to get your “ing” and “ed” adjectives in order.
Want to know a neat trick to add emphasis BESIDES using “very”, “really”, or “so”? Try the phrasing “more (adjective) than ever”.
New Vocabulary: calling stressful restless rebound Grammar Mistake: Don’t confuse nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Communication Tip: Don’t try to change people’s minds with a “hard sell”. Let them come to the conclusion on their own.