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We live in a world where communication is much more important than ever. From emails, to texts, and so on and so forth, we live in a world where we write as much as we talk. And, while that may be a good thing, it also is a bad thing in a way that we often commit mistakes with our grammar. We often use “phrases” that we think are right, but are actually wrong. Sure, they’re not completely our fault since what we say or write and what’s right almost sound the same, it’s still a mistake, nevertheless. Thus, this article aims to help you with that as it contains many common phrases that most of us have been saying wrong all the time.
1. “For all intensive purposes”
Wrong: “For all intensive purposes.” Correct: “For all intents and purposes.”