Can we say, “I am into coffee?”: Ans req by Sanjib Sahoo

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Sanjib Sahoo has asked the following query:-

Can we write following sentences?
Please explain it

1. I am into coffee.
2. Are you into Facebook chatting?
3. Are you into talking to any person?

we can write.

Here, is the explanation

“INTO” means interest, passion or enthusiasm

It means, that we use “into” signifying an intense liking, interest of having strong interest for things.

I will help you with the following examples:-

He is into gadgets
They are into coding
She is into coffee
Are you into Facebook chatting?
I am into contemporary music
He is into marketing
You are into designing various captivating art
Although, he was a doctor, but he soon drifted into politics

As you can see that in the above examples, one thing is common which is interest,liking or passion.
So, whenever you are supposed to describe about these traits, then you can easily use “INTO”

Also Read:- Where should we use TO and THAN while comparing things

How do you tell the difference between “WHO” & “WHOM

Who and Whom – Mistakes


Who is the subjective pronoun like I, we, you, they, He , she, it
Whom is the objective pronoun Like me, us, you, them, him, her

Who and Whom both denotes the human-beings, But, their use is different

Whom – Where is it used?

Will be used for an individual – no organization or company
No sentence will start with “Whom”
Whom will always be used in the middle

I consulted the doctor whom I met on train (whom refers to the person )


Who – Where is it used?

It is used for subjective pronouns such as I, we you, they, he, she, it
For example
Who was the doctor whom you consulted?
Ans. I consulted the doctor whom I met on train (whom refers to the person)


Let’s take the use of “Who”


Who was that person?
He is my friend

Who was with you yesterday?
He was my English Teacher
Who was accompanying you last night?
He was my mentor
Who was with you in car?
He was my father.



Let’s take use of “WHOM”

I met the architect in my office whom I greeted in the party last night

I am very happy to shake hands with the Prime Minister whom I met at the airport.

Whom  should I talk for getting this work done in the department?

To who was this letter directed?

Whom do you believe for getting this work done professionally?

I am in a fix with whom, I am going to partner for the show



Know, your 15 grammatical mistakes which you are making in 2018

15 English Grammar mistakes you are making in 2018

Grammatical Mistakes which many of you make, but don’t realize

Mistake No. 1

Gone or Went?

Most of you use “Went” in the following sentences:-
For example

She had ate the mango (wrong)


She has went there  (Wrong)

Correct sentences will be
She has eaten the mango (correct)

She has gone there (Correct)
Tip to remember:-

We use the third form of verb with HELPING VERN SUCH AS HAS/HAVE/HAD
If there is any verb used with them, then it has to be the third form of verb

In the above case

    1. “Ate” is the “2nd” form of verb. You need to use “3rd” form of verb which is “EATEN”
    2. “Went” is the 2nd form of verb. You need to use “3rd” form of verb which is “GONE”

Mistake No. 2



Many of you think that if in any sentence “HAS” “HAVE” or “HAD” is used then, it will be a “Present Perfect Tense.
It is not like that.
For example,
I have a ball (No perfect sentence, it is infact Present Indefinite Tense or Simple Present Tense )

Because, there is no MAIN VERB is used.  “HAVE” in the above sentence is just a helping verb

Other examples of Present Indefinite Tense or Simple Present Tense are as follows:-

He has a pen

You have a ball
They have bags

He has a pencil


Mistake No. 3



You need to add the FIRST FORM OF VERB in sentences where “DID” is used
For example
He didn’t went (wrong)
They didn’t listened me (wrong)

You didn’t wanted me to go there (wrong)

I didn’t liked the image (Wrong)
She didn’t watered the plants (Wrong)
Let’s take a look at the correct sentences now:-

He didn’t go (not went) (correct)

They didn’t listen (not listened ) me (correct)

You didn’t want me to go there (correct)
I didn’t liked the image (correct)

She didn’t water the plants (correct)





He wakes or He wake?

Add (s) or (es) to verb with HE/SHE/IT

He wake early (wrong)

She go to school (wrong)

Correct sentences are :-

He wakes (not wake) early (correct)

She goes (not go) to school (correct)



Mistake No. 5


I go or I goes?

Always use the plural form of verb with “I”  (without “s” or “es”)

I goes to school daily (Wrong)
I eats pomegranate (Wrong)

I likes this painting (wrong)

Correct sentences are as follows:-

I go to school daily (Correct)
I eat pomegranate (Correct)
I like this painting (Correct)



Mistake No. 6




When there is I, WE, YOU, THEY – We always use HAVE OR HAD

They has gone (wrong)
You has eaten the mango (wrong)

They have gone (correct)
You have eaten the mango (Correct)


Mistake No. 7


Older or Elder ?


Both the term means that you are younger to the other person. However, both of them are used in different ways. For example,

  • He is older to me (correct)
  • My brother is older to me (Wrong)

Now, I am explaining to you.

We use “elder” with those people who have blood relations with us. While for others we use “older”

I am going to give you another example in order to help you understand in a better way.

  • I am elder to my cousin brother. (correct)
  • My friend’s father is older to him. (correct)

Hope, you have got the difference between the two.



Mistake No. 8

12:AM  12:PM or 12 Noon 12 Midnight?


Another most common mistake which people mistake pertaining to 12o’ clock

If it’s day time, then we will be saying, It’s 12 noon and if its 12 at night, then it’s 12 midnight.

One simply cannot say 12 am or pm.

For example,

I will reach there by 12 noon. (correct)

I will return home by 12 midnight. (correct)




Mistake No. 9


One of the other mistakes which we make at the time of examinations

We usually say,

I have given the examination (wrong)

We should say

I have taken the exam (right)

Even though, it’s literal meaning is totally opposite to what we want to say. Isn’t it?



Mistake No. 10

Come or Return?

We often say that

We have come from office or school. (Wrong)

The correct form should be

We have returned from office or school (right)

The basic different which lies between “come” and return”:-

We use the word “return” where we had already gone to a place and that we are returning from there.

While on the other hand, the word “come” is used when none such an action takes place.
For example, we can say

My friend will come to house on my birthday (correct)

Here, if we use the word “return” for them, then it is going to be wrong


My friend will return to my house on birthday. (Wrong)

Hope, you have got the basic difference from the two words “come” and “return”



Mistake No. 11

Use correct form of WORD in sentences


How enthusiasm and happiness can be used. Lets find out.

I am enthusiasm or I am happiness (wrong)

I am an enthusiastic person (used as adjective) (or if we want to use the word “Enthusiasm” then we can say

I am full of enthusiasm (used as noun)

I am happy (used as noun)

I am full of happiness (used as adjective)







Mistake 12

I will be going or I will be go?

In future Tenses, after “BE”, we always use (ing) in verb

He will be go to school tomorrow (Wrong)
They will be watch television later (Wrong)

I will be visit park tomorrow (wrong)
Correct sentences are as follows:-

He will be going to school tomorrow (Correct)
They will be watching television later (Correct)

I will be visiting park tomorrow (Correct)


Mistake 13

Watch or See?

We use “Watch”  when we are looking at something in an attentive manner

For example
We watch television (correct)
We look television (wrong)

I am watching the actions of a stranger for over a week now
He watches me whenever I try to speak in English


We use “See” where we get things on our way

For example
We see people sleep on pavements

I see children playing in the open

Mistake No. 14

Their or There?

There (used for a place)
Their (refers to something which is owned and related to group)

For example:-

I go there (place)
I am going to their house (House is owned by them)
He is going there (place)
He is going their office (Office is owned by them)


Mistake No. 15

Who vs. Which?


Who is used for a HUMAN BEING

WHICH is  used for an OBJECT


For example

Saddam is a nice human being who (not WHICH) loves helping people

He is the person who likes to eat ice-cream


He gave a book which (not WHO) is quite informative

I have an ice-cream which is quite tasty