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I've never seen "Add-in salt to injury" but I know "Add insult to injury" exists. I had a grammar exercise that asked for the most suitable idiom or proverb for the statement. The question isexpressing:

.. To make something bad become worse.

To make something bad become worse

So I wrote on "Add insult to injury". But the answer in the scheme says the correct answer is "Add-in salt to injury". So, which one is correct? I've

I've googled for "Add-in salt to injury" but the only result was the add insult"add insult" version.

Add-in salt to injury?

I've never seen "Add-in salt to injury" but I know "Add insult to injury" exists. I had a grammar exercise that asked for the most suitable idiom or proverb for the statement. The question is

.. To make something bad become worse.

So I wrote on "Add insult to injury". But the answer in the scheme is "Add-in salt to injury". So which one is correct? I've googled for "Add-in salt to injury" but the only result was the add insult version.

"Add-in salt to injury"?

I've never seen "Add-in salt to injury" but I know "Add insult to injury" exists. I had a grammar exercise that asked for the most suitable idiom or proverb for expressing:

To make something bad become worse

So I wrote "Add insult to injury". But the scheme says the correct answer is "Add-in salt to injury". So, which one is correct?

I've googled for "Add-in salt to injury" but the only result was the "add insult" version.

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I've never seen "Add-in salt to injury" but I know "Add insult to injury" is existexists. I had a grammar exercise that asked for the most suitable idiom or proverb for the statement. The question is

.. To make something bad become worse.

So I wrote on "Add insult to injury". But the answer in the scheme is "Add-in salt to injury". So which one is correct? I've googled for "Add-in salt to injury" but the only result was the add insult version.

I've never seen "Add-in salt to injury" but I know "Add insult to injury" is exist. I had a grammar exercise that asked for the most suitable idiom or proverb for the statement. The question is

.. To make something bad become worse.

So I wrote on "Add insult to injury". But the answer in the scheme is "Add-in salt to injury". So which one is correct? I've googled for "Add-in salt to injury" but the only result was the add insult version.

I've never seen "Add-in salt to injury" but I know "Add insult to injury" exists. I had a grammar exercise that asked for the most suitable idiom or proverb for the statement. The question is

.. To make something bad become worse.

So I wrote on "Add insult to injury". But the answer in the scheme is "Add-in salt to injury". So which one is correct? I've googled for "Add-in salt to injury" but the only result was the add insult version.

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Add-in salt to injury?

I've never seen "Add-in salt to injury" but I know "Add insult to injury" is exist. I had a grammar exercise that asked for the most suitable idiom or proverb for the statement. The question is

.. To make something bad become worse.

So I wrote on "Add insult to injury". But the answer in the scheme is "Add-in salt to injury". So which one is correct? I've googled for "Add-in salt to injury" but the only result was the add insult version.