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You are going the wrong way \/ on the wrong way

  1. You are going the wrong way.
  2. You are going on the wrong way.

As a learner I commonly use the second one to remind someone who has taken the wrong road to get to his destination.

But today I came across the first one, which has been used to express the same meaning.

Is "the wrong way" an adverb here?

Which is more correct to use? Explain.

Thank you.

You are going the wrong way \ on the wrong way

  1. You are going the wrong way.
  2. You are going on the wrong way.

As a learner I commonly use the second one to remind someone who has taken the wrong road to get to his destination.

But today I came across the first one, which has been used to express the same meaning.

Is "the wrong way" an adverb here?

Which is more correct to use? Explain.

Thank you.

You are going the wrong way / on the wrong way

  1. You are going the wrong way.
  2. You are going on the wrong way.

As a learner I commonly use the second one to remind someone who has taken the wrong road to get to his destination.

But today I came across the first one, which has been used to express the same meaning.

Is "the wrong way" an adverb here?

Which is more correct to use? Explain.

Thank you.

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You are going the wrong way \ on the wrong way

  1. You are going the wrong way.
  2. You are going on the wrong way.

As a learner I commonly use the second one to remind someone who has taken the wrong road to get to his destination.

But today I came across the first one, which has been used to express the same meaning.

Is "the wrong way" an adverb here?

Which is more correct to use? Explain.

Thank you.