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    tooth fell down

    Hi,
    some one please tell me tooth fell down or tooth fell out or tooth came out which one we use more often and what is the difference among them.

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    Re: tooth fell down

    Quote Originally Posted by balakrish View Post
    Hi, can some one someone please tell me whether "tooth fell down​", or "tooth fell out" or "tooth came out" which one we use more often is most common and what is the difference among between them?
    Please note my corrections to your post. It's important to make the words you are querying stand out from the rest of the post. I have done it by enclosing each fragment in quotation marks.

    I would use "My tooth has come out" but you will hear "fallen out" too. We don't say that a tooth "falls down".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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