Common mistake 'thanks giving' (Thanksgiving)

Common English Grammar Mistakes

Mistake: Incorrect Spelling of Thanksgiving

One of the common mistakes in English grammar is the incorrect spelling of the word "Thanksgiving".

Correct Spelling: Thanksgiving (not "thanks giving")

Thanksgiving is spelled as one word, not as two separate words. It is a national holiday celebrated in the United States and Canada.

For example:

  • Incorrect: "I love the holiday of thanks giving."
  • Correct: "I love the holiday of Thanksgiving."

Using the correct spelling demonstrates an understanding of proper English grammar and enhances the clarity and professionalism of your writing.

Another way to avoid spelling mistakes and improve your overall grammar is by using a grammar checker, such as Linguix Grammar Checker. This tool can help identify spelling errors, suggest corrections, and provide grammar and style recommendations, saving time and enhancing the quality of your writing.

'thanks giving' (Thanksgiving) mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    Thanks giving 2020.

    Thanksgiving 2020.

  • Incorrect:
    We see each other at Thanks giving.

    We see each other at Thanksgiving.

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