Here are five frequently-made mistakes you could be making with your spoken grammar:
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In order to express a complete thought, a sentence needs a subject and a verb:
For more information on incomplete sentences, check out the YourDictionary article on "Sentence Fragments."
For more information and examples on subject/verb agreement check out "20 Rules of Subject Verb Agreement."
Further: Adjective Something that is estimated to be additional such as a longer distance or time period. It is used when there is no knowledge of the actual physical distance or time difference.
Farther: Adjective and Adverb. A greater physical distance based on measurement.
For more information and examples of when to use these two words, check out "Further vs. Farther" on YourDictionary.
Who: A reference to a person or people.
That: A reference to an object.
Lay: To put something down.
Lie: To recline on a horizontal surface.