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  1. The word was misspelled. It is written “messed up”, so it is more correct.

    But about getting in or not getting in… Sometimes it's good to get caught out. A lot of things you immediately begin to understand, especially what you didn't understand before.

    You get into a mess when you find yourself in an unexpected situation, when you get lost and don't know what to do. But if you keep a firm grip on your mind, you can understand how such a situation became possible and make an effort to avoid such situations in the future.

    Usually unexpected situations arise when the so-called “pre-situations” are stubbornly ignored, a kind of harbinger-signals of the upcoming “unexpected”.

    Therefore, try to be more attentive to the flow of events around you, consider events as signs, and be able to read them: first by syllables, then by fluency.

  2. The adverb “vpsak” is formed by merging the preposition ” in ” and sushch.”prosak”. Prosak is a machine for weaving ropes and ropes. The machine twisted the rope so much that getting hair or clothing into it could cost a person his life. Therefore, the expression “to get into a mess” means to find yourself in an unpleasant, awkward position through your own fault.

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