don't get me wrongINFORMAL
This page is about the conversational phrase don't get me wrong
You can say this if you think you might upset or offend someone, esp. when making a suggestion or giving advice.
- "Don't get me wrong, I think you're a good teacher. But you have to get better at using this new technology."
- "You don't like my boyfriend, do you?"
"Don't get me wrong, I think he's a nice guy. But I'm not sure he's right for you, that's all."
You can say "Don't get me wrong" if you're worried you might be
Contributor: Matt Errey