Tuesday, December 2, 2014

SPOT THE ERROR - BANGKOK (2)

"beware of"


If you tell someone to beware of a person or thing, you are warning them that the person or thing is harming them or causing danger.

e.g.:
Beware of the dog. The dog might bite you.
Beware of the speed traps along the highway, unless you do not mind paying the traffic summons.

[source: www.freedictionary.com]