Everyday English—On/Of One’s Accors

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah
Where ‘Accord’ is used to mean to do something without being asked, forced or helped by someone else,
Do not say ‘on one’s own accord’;❌
Say, ‘of one’s own accord’. ✔️
Eg. One of our suppliers, on their own accord, developed and printed the banner. ❌
One of our suppliers, of their own accord, developed and printed the banner. ✔️
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Everyday English

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah
Please note:
Dreams do not come through ❌
Dreams come true. ✔️
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Everyday English—-Underlying/Underlining

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah
Underlying/ Underlining
When you mean it as an adjective, please do not say ‘underlining’, say ‘underlying’.
Eg- We need to define the underlining problem. ❌
We need to define the underlying problem. ✔️
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