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- Used before stating something the speaker believes is true, especially while correcting what another person has said.
- 2016 July 28, Stephanie Arthur-Worsop, “Opinion: Zoning hard issue to tackle”, in New Zealand Herald:
- Correct me if I'm wrong but picking the school your children will attend is a relatively important decision for parents.
used before stating something the speaker believes is true