“Investors are increasingly wary about putting money into socks.”
What is the typo? (Only learners of English can answer)
why put it under the mattress? Why not diversify?
It's funny ))
I’m late! I knew the answer!
Mikkel said: " I don’t know if it’s actually wrong to say “wary at putting money into socks” "(perhaps a native speaker can tell us that), but you normally say “wary of/about”."
" You're right, Mikkel, it's 'about' in this case.
And maybe socks is not incorrect. They may be referencing the sock industry! Sock stocks.
It seems you will have to move then.
I think we should let some other learners spot your typo (I have spotted it). But let’s change your sentence into a grammatically correct form: “Why is the earth a glove?”.
Who can spot the typo?