Did I say anything wrong or did I say something wrong?

Did I say anything wrong or did I say something wrong?

Did I say anything wrong or did I say something wrong?

The right answer is: Did I say something wrong? We should not use said (past tense) with did. Therefor the right use will be “Did I say something wrong”. Here the accuracy of the use of auxiliary and principal verb is maintained as well as subject verb agreement is accurately mentioned. BE

Have I done something wrong or did I do something wrong?

Both are the same in meaning, "Have I done something wrong?" is more formal. BE

Did I say something wrong meaning?

It can mean: Did I say something that hurt your feelings? Did I say something bad? Did I say something mean? It can also mean: did I make a mistake? (For example: did I make any grammar mistakes?) BE

When you do something wrong what will you say?

1. Saying, “I'm sorry.” The most often used phrase.

Is anything wrong or is something wrong?

In your examples, "Is there something wrong" probably implies you feel something might be wrong and want to confirm with others while "Is there anything wrong" is just a general inquiry whether anything is wrong at all. BE

Did I say anything to make you angry Which sentence?

it is interrogative sentence. BE

What is a word for doing something wrong?

1 bad, evil, wicked, sinful, immoral, iniquitous, reprehensible; crooked. 2 inaccurate, incorrect, false, untrue, mistaken. ... 8 misdeed, immorality, wickedness, sin, vice. 12 maltreat, abuse, oppress, cheat, defraud, dishonor.

Did I do you wrong meaning?

do (one) wrong slang To mistreat, deceive, or betray one.

Did you say or said?

What did you say? The simple reason for this is that when you form a question like this in English, you use an auxiliary verb, in this case "do". When the question is in the past tense, you conjugate the auxiliary verb, but the main verb is just the bare infinitive, "say", and never changes.

Did I say something wrong Hindi meaning?

मुझे से तुम सच्ची प्यार नहीं करती हो

What does it mean when someone says I did something wrong?

  • ‘Did I do something wrong?’ implies that the thing that you’ve done wrong was in the past, and isn’t still an active presence. For example: ‘I did something wrong’ implies that what you did is completely in the past. A police officer would pull you over for something that is actively wrong. Meaning that you have done something wrong.

When to use'did I do something wrong'in a sentence?

  • You can say either as a complete sentence. You have to use “Did I do something wrong” when it’s followed by a subordinate clause. So, Did I do something wrong when I agreed to ship the package next day. - CORRECT. Have I done something wrong when I agreed to….

Which is the best synonym for the word something wrong?

  • error. failure. fault. flaw. hitch. problem. something wrong. trouble.

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