Common mistake work colleague (colleague)

Common Mistakes in English Grammar

1. Incorrect Use of "Colleague"

One common mistake people make in English grammar is the incorrect use of the word "colleague".

Correct: "I have a meeting with my work colleague tomorrow."

Incorrect: "I have a meeting with my work collage tomorrow."

Explanation: The correct spelling is "colleague", not "collage". "Colleague" refers to a person you work with, while "collage" refers to a piece of art made by sticking different materials onto a surface.

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work colleague (colleague) mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    I will talk to a work colleague.

    I will talk to a colleague.

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