- For Teachers
What is the difference in the meaning between the following sentences.
- Don't go overboard being wise.
- Don't go overboard in being wise.
Are the two correct gramatically with no difference in the meaning?
Thanks in advance.
I think there should be a comma after 'overboard'.
not a teacher
No, there shouldn't.
It's impossible to pinpoint a difference in meaning, paris, when the meaning is unclear to start with.