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    Question face value

    I have problem to make sentences for using " face value." May I have many sentences with using "face value." Thank you very much.

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    Re: face value

    Hello Unreg.,

    "To take something at face value" is a metaphor from money. The "face value" of a coin or banknote is the value that is stamped or printed on it. Therefore the face value of a £1 coin is £1.

    If you "take something at face value", you accept its apparent value. The phrase is often applied to statements.

    Thus if you say "I live in Venezuela", and I believe you, I have taken your statement at face value.

    Now try to compose some examples of your own – if you post them here, someone will check them for you.

    All the best,


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