Post a full blog with Tick symbol…08/02/2012

it is common in Swedish schools for a âœ“ to indicate that an answer is incorrect (while 'R', from the Swedish rätt i.e. "right", is used to indicate that an answer is correct). This often causes confusion as to whether something that has been ticked is correct or incorrect, especially when reading English media. In Finnish, âœ“ stands for väärin i.e. "wrong".it is common in Swedish schools for a âœ“ to indicate that an answer is incorrect (while 'R', from the Swedish rätt i.e. "right", is used to indicate that an answer is correct). This often causes confusion as to whether something that has been ticked is correct or incorrect, especially when reading English media. In Finnish, âœ“ stands for väärin i.e. "wrong".

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