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Mar 21 2017   4:27PM GMT

Look over vs. overlook – Which is correct?

Kaitlin Herbert Kaitlin Herbert Profile: Kaitlin Herbert

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Optimizing an ad campaign once it’s been set up is incredibly important and is often something advertisers ________.
A. look over
B. overlook

 

Answer: B

While similar, the two terms mean different things. To look over something is to study it. To overlook something is to fail to notice it.

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