Mikkel
Spot the typo - only for non-native speakers of English There is a typo in the following sentence:


“Investors are increasingly wary about putting money into socks.”



What is the typo? (Only learners of English can answer)


May 28, 2018 9:15 AM
Comments · 16

why put it under the mattress? Why not diversify?

It's funny ))


May 28, 2018

 I’m late! I knew the answer!


May 28, 2018

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.

May 28, 2018
to put money into stocks.
May 28, 2018

@Hanji


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?

May 28, 2018
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Chinese (Mandarin), Danish, English, German, Swedish
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