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Wrongly;is an adverb, and the word comes up a lot in news stories: people are wrongly arrested, wrongly jailed, wrongly convicted, and wrongly released.
Some people believe that since we already have the adverb;wrongly, it must be the only choice. But;wrong;can also be an adverb—and a noun, verb, and an adjective. (Who knew there were so many ways to go wrong?)
Most often,;wrong;sounds right when it comes after a verb, as in;Things have;gone wrong, You heard wrong,;and;You’re doing it wrong.;Wrongly;tends to sound better when it comes before a verb, as in;wrongly accused.