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Don't Get Me Wrong

Look at the following dialogue and see if you can select the correct definition of the English idiom don’t get me wrong:

Luisa:
Don’t get me wrong, Luigi, but I am not sure that you are going to be re-elected as the vice president of our English Grammar Club.
Luigi:
Pardon me? Everyone likes me, Luisa. I am a shoo-in!

The expression
don’t get me wrong means...

a) don’t dislike me
b) don’t criticize me
c) don’t misunderstand me
d) don’t disrespect me

Check your answer here.




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