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go wrong

This page is about the collocation go wrong

collocation pattern: verb + adverb

Meaning

to not go well, or to have bad results

For example

  • Nothing will go wrong if you follow the recipe. It'll be delicious.

  • We should have won that game easily. What went wrong?

Quick Quiz

Nothing will go wrong if

a. you're careful

b. you're careless

c. you're incorrect

Contributor: Matt Errey