Can I say “don’t make mistake” instead of “make no mistake”?
Unfortunately, no. In this case, you can only use "make no mistake." "Make no mistake" is a common expression that is used to stress the truth or accuracy of a statement. In this video, the man is saying that the weed, Giant Salvinia ruins and kills the wildlife of the lake. "Don't make a mistake" means to avoid making errors while doing something. Even though these expressions sound similar, they have different meanings. Here are a few examples of "make no mistake" being used. Ex: Make no mistake, I will win this race. Ex: Make no mistake, this is going to be a great year.
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