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Tip of the Day: You turn around, not round.

While colloquial slang might have someone turn round, the phrase is actually turn aroundRound is a mathematical concept: round shape, round numbers, sequence. Around is the adverb. If a character uses the colloquial slang, then have them say, “Turn ’round.” Note the use of the apostrophe. This will highlight that you know it should be around, but deliberately used round.

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