I suggest putting turn back here: http://www.usingenglish.com/referenc...rbs/index.html (Good job, by the way.)
I agree. Thanks. ;-)
would ya plz tell me the difference between "return" & "turn back"?
If you turn back, you didn't reach your destination.
turn back" to return in the direction you have come from, or to make someone do this:Quote:
Originally Posted by 1364
We're lost - we'll have to turn back.
http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/pvsym.gif turn back
http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/pvsym.gif turn sb/sthhttp://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/pvarr.gifback to return the way you have come; to make sb/sth do this: The weather became so bad that they had to turn back. http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif (figurative) We said we would do it—there can be no turning back. http://www.oup.com/images/elt/oald7/xsym.gif Our car was turned back at the border.