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    sureshfina is offline Junior Member
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    Smile before-in front of

    I had used the word "talking before the mirrors" while i asked a question in this forum. Teachers used the word "talking in front of the mirror" in their reply. i don't know where do we use "before" and "in front of"? can anybody clarify my doubt

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    Default Re: before-in front of

    Quote Originally Posted by sureshfina View Post
    I had used the word "talking before the mirrors" while i asked a question in this forum. Teachers used the word "talking in front of the mirror" in their reply. i don't know where do we use "before" and "in front of"? can anybody clarify my doubt
    "In front of " is correctly used by the teachers in this forum, because it shows "location".

    "Before" is a preposition which means "previous to in time"; it can be an adverb[before noon] or a conjuction. For further details regarding "before", click on the following link:
    before - Definitions from Dictionary.com

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