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A person who repeatedly makes mistakes can be called an "error-prone" individual or "someone prone to making mistakes." They may also be referred to as "careless" or "reckless" if their mistakes are due to a lack of attention or consideration.
That everyone makes mistakes because we are all human
Cramer's rule makes it possible to evaluate a determinant without getting confused and making mistakes.
It is extremely important, because everyone(including me) makes simple mistakes and sometimes needs to check.
It means everyone makes mistakes. The only way not to is to do nothing at all.
It means that the team that makes the most mistakes will learn from their faults and are quite likely to succeed when it really counts.
Absolutely Our brain makes so many mistakes. It makes mistakes on the tests. It makes so many mistakes that we can't even count them all.
the person who makes spelling mistakes is called cacographer.
Everyone makes mistakes. Making mistakes is simply a part of being human.
Of course he did. Everyone makes mistakes.
of course he did everyone makes mistakes
of course! haha everyone makes mistakes
the person who makes many spelling mistakes (or even bad handwriting or both) is called as cacographer.
It is just human life everybody makes mistakes. That is how we learn. We learn by our mistakes.
yes everbody makes mistakes even gymnasts yes everbody makes mistakes even gymnasts