step foot vs set foot : Common Errors in English

About step foot vs set foot

When you want to say that you refuse to enter some location, the traditional expression is not “step foot,” but “set foot”: “I refuse to set foot in my brother-in-law’s house while he lets his vicious pit bull run around inside.”

step foot in News

  • Singing Sanders Family returns to Beef & Boards

    One of the most unforgettably entertaining families to ever step foot on the Beef & Boards stage returns this summer for more bluegrass gospel fun.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Hendricks County Flyer

set foot in News

  1. Cupertino Rotarians visit Cuba, deliver much-needed medical supplies

    A delegation from the Rotary Club of Cupertino has returned from a place most Americans have never set foot. A 14-member group of Rotarians and friends of Rotary made a long-awaited trip to Cuba to deliver medical supplies, including an electrocardiogram.
    on June 14, 2013 Source: San Jose Mercury News

  2. The Men to Watch at Merion: No. 1, Tiger Woods

    This week marks the second major of 2013 and the first time the USGA has set foot on Merion Golf Club since 1981. The rough is thick, the course is wet and the yardage is under 7,000 yards. So who … Continue reading ?
    on June 13, 2013 Source: Devil Ball Golf via Yahoo! Sports

  3. The Men to Watch at Merion: No. 2, Justin Rose

    This week marks the second major of 2013 and the first time the USGA has set foot on Merion Golf Club since 1981. The rough is thick, the course is wet and the yardage is under 7,000 yards. So who … Continue reading ?
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Devil Ball Golf via Yahoo! Sports

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