Really? Let it go somewhere else instead of coming here!
Why wrong: Arriver in French can mean two things: either the antonym of partir or else it can be a synonym of se passer. If you mean se passer, it’s better to say arise or happen. To be taken seriously…
Correct it: “That problem arises every year.” or “That problem happens every year.” For more information on confused words, click here.
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Why wrong: Shy means gêné de nature and is almost always true. If you’re only temporarily red, you mean embarrassed. To be taken seriously…
Correct it: Say “When I realized what I said, I was really embarrassed.” For more information, click here.
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