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Five Phrases You’ve Been Saying Wrong

I know for sure that I have said these phrases wrong!

1.  “For all intensive purposes.

”  The correct way to say it is, “For all intents AND purposes.”  “Intents” as in intentions.

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2.  “I could care less” should be “I COULDN’T care less.” 

If you could care less, that means you DO care about something.  If you couldn’t, then you don’t care at all.

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3.  “One in the same” should be “one AND the same.” 

It’s a minor difference, and you might be able to get away with it.  But technically, “one IN the same” is wrong.

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4.  “Tongue and cheek” should be “tongue IN cheek.” 

It’s literally describing a facial expression people make when they’re joking.  Like if you were trying not to laugh and pushed the side of your cheek out with your tongue.

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5.  “Jive with” should be “JIBE with.” 

“Jibe” means to be in agreement with something.  “Jive” is a type of dance or a way of speaking. 

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(WorkandMoney.com)



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