Phrase of the Day (make no mistake)-13JUL21

Phrase of the Day (make no mistake)-13JUL21

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is make no mistake and its meaning is “used to emphasize that what you are saying is absolutely certain/true/important, do not think otherwise; certainly, surely, clearly, actually, literally”.

Example Sentence: In the end, it would be a depressingly familiar hard luck story for England because, make no mistake, they had held the key to glory in their hands. Gareth Southgate’s team had enjoyed early elation when Luke Shaw scored his first international goal, a magnificent half-volley with the game’s first move.

Phrase of the Day (make no mistake)-13JUL21

This phrase is present in The Guardian article Italy crush England’s dreams after winning Euro 2020 on penalties and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The Guardian

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  1. Kudos to the team editorial words. Your efforts are appreciable. Being an English teacher, I couldn’t find anything better than this.

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