12 Phrases That You’re Saying or Writing Wrong

Here are 12 phrases you might be saying or writing wrong!

1. Near miss vs. Near hit

“Near miss” doesn’t really make sense if you break it down. Nearly missing something implies that you hit it, right? However, “near miss” actually means narrowly avoiding a collision or an accident. On the other hand, “near hit” means nearly colliding but evading the danger!

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