Common mistake Halloween

Common Mistakes in English Grammar and How to Avoid Them

Mistake: Not Capitalizing Proper Nouns

One common mistake in English grammar is not capitalizing proper nouns, such as names of people, places, or days, like Halloween.

For example, we often see people writing "halloween" instead of "Halloween".

To avoid this mistake, always remember to capitalize proper nouns.

  • Incorrect: Today is halloween.
  • Correct: Today is Halloween.

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Halloween mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    It's trick or treat on halloween.

    It's trick or treat on Halloween.

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