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Hi for all,
As I understand the definition of the words "wrong" as an adjective or adverb. However, I have little doubt about the idiom "go wrong". Here are examples:
1- My application for a job has gone wrong since my first interview. "That means my application has experienced problems and difficulties since the first interview and still has not accepted yet"
2- All my effort went wrong to help him out in order to let him quit smoke. "That means I am trying to convince him to quit smoking, but he would not although I do my best"
Briefly, does this term "go wrong" means to keep facing unsuccessful results throughout an event?
Thanks in preceding,
"To go wrong" simply means to experience or develop a fault or a problem.
My TV went wrong yesterday. I'll have to get it fixed.
My TV keeps going wrong. It's very annoying.
Everything has gone wrong since I moved here.
I'm fed up with things going wrong in my life.
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