Nate Hoffelder, the Digital Reader, gives us – at a quick glance – eight phrases that we might be getting wrong. They’re all packaged neatly in a simple infographic.
- for all intensive purposes (my personal favorite)
- reign in
- baited breath
- sneak peak
- mute point
- case and point
- extract revenge
- peaked my curiosity
Hoffelder leaves out one my other favorites:
Now, what’s wrong with that one?
In any event, head over to the Digital Reader and take a look: Infographic: 8 Common Phrases that You May Be Getting Wrong | The Digital Reader
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