Because (a) either you gave them the wrong information when you applied for the card - or (b) the application is intended for the last person who lived at your address.
The word is 'wrong'. Wrong is right if spelt wrong and if wrong is spelt right it is still wrong
Since this is a philosophical question, I can only give a philosophical answer. I feel it is better to be wrong for the right reason rather than to be right for the wrong reason. If one is wrong for the right reason, then I feel they at least had good intentions. If one is right for the wrong reason, then I would have to wonder if their intentions were the right ones in the first place. But the really important thing, in my "philosophical" answer, is for one to be able and willing to admit when they are wrong.
You enter the wrong amount You confuse debit and credit You debit or credit wrong account?
First calculate how many you need to get right, by solving the following proportion:x/80 = 70/100Note that there are some assumptions here:Grading is in percentage.Each question has the same weight.You don't get partial credit for partially correct answers. Each answer is either wrong or right.
there the first answer is the wrong 'there'. The right one for 'they are' is they're.
The first answer posted here was wrong. Washington became a state in 1889.
That's an interesting philosiphy but...... its wrong ! If something is right it is right . If something is wrong it is wrong but who is saying what is wrong and who is saying what is right ?_________________________________________ _______________________Although you said what is right so ... hey its just wrong okay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!_______________________________________________________________It is wrong.The above statetment is wrong when you read it rightly while it is right when you read it wrongly.
From the scriptures of Siddhartha Gautama (The first Buddha)