Can I say "being seen of your hand" to mean "your hand being seen"? If not so, is there any other preposition I can throw in there to make it work that way? Thank you very much!
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For example, the rule says you can't do it with your hand being seen?
Is it to do with playing poker? Or a magic trick?
The context would help but my initial reaction is that it should say something like "The rule says you can't do it with your hand on view/on show".
I came up with the example sentense myself. I guess it could be poker or a magic trick.
I'm having some trouble visiting this site. It takes an unbearably long time for any page to load so sorry for the delay of my reply. Anyways, thank you for your help. There is no way i can come up with an acceptable expression like “being seen of your hand” with maybe another preposition?
Thank you but what if I want to emphasize more the hand itself rather than the contents of it?
You must perform the trick without your hand being seen.