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Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly ," " very rare," "happening now ," "fall down. Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own. Do I have something on my face? Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end.

Do I have something in my teeth? Relates noun or pronoun to another element of sentence--for example, "a picture of John," "She walked from my house to yours.

Sonia sat facing her mother at the table. Don't attempt to go behind the building unless the guards are facing each other. If you want to solve the problems that you have with your father, you must speak frankly with him and tell him what you think. If you want to solve the problems that you have with your father, you must speak face to face with him and tell him what you think. Pedro arrived at the office with a grim face and we decided not to talk to him.

Despite the difficulties, Ana confronted her work with a positive attitude. We have to face the music and apologise. As regards the morning's memo, the new policy will take effect immediately.

I know I've made mistakes but you don't need to throw it in my face every minute. Es un buen medicamento, pero la otra cara de la moneda es la acidez que provoca. Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end.

Do I have something in my teeth? Relates noun or pronoun to another element of sentence--for example, "a picture of John," "She walked from my house to yours. Sonia sat facing her mother at the table. Don't attempt to go behind the building unless the guards are facing each other. If you want to solve the problems that you have with your father, you must speak frankly with him and tell him what you think. If you want to solve the problems that you have with your father, you must speak face to face with him and tell him what you think.

Pedro arrived at the office with a grim face and we decided not to talk to him. Despite the difficulties, Ana confronted her work with a positive attitude.

We have to face the music and apologise. As regards the morning's memo, the new policy will take effect immediately. I know I've made mistakes but you don't need to throw it in my face every minute. Es un buen medicamento, pero la otra cara de la moneda es la acidez que provoca. Verb taking a direct object--for example, " Say something.

Noun always used in plural form--for example, "jeans," "scissors. Become a WordReference Supporter to view the site ad-free.

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