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Are You Saying These Common Phrases Wrong?

These common phrases might be well known by most, but many of us are guilty of saying these phrases totally wrong! Do you know if you're saying these common phrases correctly? Let's find out with this trivia quiz!
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Question 1/12

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Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
One in the same
One and the same
Neither are correct.

Question 2/12

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You've got another thing coming.
You've got another think coming.
Neither are correct.

Question 3/12

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Nip it in the bud.
Nip it in the butt.
Neither are correct.

Question 4/12

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I could care less.
I couldn't care less.
Neither are correct.

Question 5/12

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Each one worse than the last.
Each one worse than the next.
Neither are correct.

Question 6/12

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By accident.
On accident.
Neither are correct.

Question 7/12

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For all intensive purposes.
For all intents and purposes.
Neither are correct.

Question 8/12

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Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
He did good.
He did well.
Neither are correct.

Question 9/12

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Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Exact revenge.
Extract revenge.
Neither are correct.

Question 10/12

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Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Espresso.
Expresso.
Neither are correct.

Question 11/12

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Curl up in the fetal position.
Curl up in the feeble position.
Neither are correct.

Question 12/12

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Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Home in.
Hone in.
Neither are correct.

C+, Common Phrase Confused

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Uh-uh! Unfortunately this quiz revealed that you're a bit confused when it comes to saying these 12 common phrases correctly. Though you may be an English buff, you can't help but get lost in translation when it comes to these phrases and words. Better luck next time!

B+, Common Phrase Clever

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Well done! This quiz revealed that you are common phrase clever! Though it's easy to get tripped up on how to say these common phrases, you revealed that you're far more intelligent than those who simply follow along with the status quo. You're a free thinker with a great handle on the English language. Go you!

A+, Common Phrase Correct

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Congratulations, you are completely common phrase correct! There's no doubt in our minds that you're a total English buff with a mind for grammar, sentence structure, and correct usage. You'd never be caught dead uttering one of these phrases incorrectly. You're awesome!
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1
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
One in the same
One and the same
Neither are correct.
2
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
You've got another thing coming.
You've got another think coming.
Neither are correct.
3
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Nip it in the bud.
Nip it in the butt.
Neither are correct.
4
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
I could care less.
I couldn't care less.
Neither are correct.
5
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Each one worse than the last.
Each one worse than the next.
Neither are correct.
6
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
By accident.
On accident.
Neither are correct.
7
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
For all intensive purposes.
For all intents and purposes.
Neither are correct.
8
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
He did good.
He did well.
Neither are correct.
9
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Exact revenge.
Extract revenge.
Neither are correct.
10
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Espresso.
Expresso.
Neither are correct.
11
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Curl up in the fetal position.
Curl up in the feeble position.
Neither are correct.
12
Choose the correct way to say the phrase:
Home in.
Hone in.
Neither are correct.

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