I live on the top floor and my friend lives on the floor below.
Is 'below' used when there is a surface above? when there's sth above, i can say below.
We are on the 2nd floor and the flower shop is below us on the ground floor.
:wink: sabrina :wink:
Yes, that one is fine.
Dear Ronbee, Thanks for the patience to explain these. I guess 'below' and 'under' are clearer a little bit. In my first language, we just use one word to mean "down", "beneath", "under" and "below". That's why i'm confused.