Don't get me wrong

Say "Don't get me wrong" when you think that the people listening might misunderstand your opinions about something. For example, if you went to a Mexican restaurant that you didn't like, you can tell someone about it:

Don't get me wrong – I love Mexican food. But that place, I don't know. I didn't care for it.

You always follow "Don't get me wrong" with an explanation of how you actually feel.

This phrase appears in these lessons: