Question: Which one is Nico and which one is Vinz?

Is it I may be wrong or I might be wrong?

I might have been wrong you are saying you were probably wrong in a situation that has happened. I may have been wrong is using the present/future perfect tense. simply saying you were probably wrong about a situation that has started in the past but is still continuing.

Is it I stand corrected or I stand to be corrected?

I stand corrected is usually the more common expression. I stand to be corrected. means this according to a person on this forum: Its a quick way of saying I might be wrong about that statement I have just made and feel sure somebody will put me right if that is the case.

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