Is there any diffference between:
face sth, face to sth, face with sth, face up to sth.
Are all of them correct? Do all of them have the same meaning?
Thanks for any help.
I face the wall I am standing in front of the wall and looking towards it.
Please face the mirror to the wall Turn the mirror so that it is reflecting the wall
The wall is faced with mirrors The whole wall is covered by mirrors.
Come on. Face up to it. You should never have covered the wall with mirrors. "Face up to it" = admit your error.
Originally Posted by Anglika
Great ..it's useful for me too
thanks a lot dear
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