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:Originally Posted by 1364
We're lost - we'll have to turn back.
turn sb/sthback to return the way you have come; to make sb/sth do this: The weather became so bad that they had to turn back. (figurative) We said we would do it—there can be no turning back. Our car was turned back at the border.