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Standing in front of me #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 23, 2005 12:50 pm   Standing in front of me
 

Test No. incompl/inter-19 "A Collision - Finish this Story", question 2

The trouble is somebody is ..........

(a) standing to me
(b) standing from me
(c) standing in front of me
(d) standing about me

Test No. incompl/inter-19 "A Collision - Finish this Story", answer 2

The trouble is somebody is standing in front of me.

Correct answer: (c) standing in front of me
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Hi, could you explain the meaning of "standing in front of me", please.

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Standing in front of me #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 23, 2005 13:10 pm   Standing in front of me
 

I'm standing behind somebody. So this person is standing in front of me.
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Standing in front of me #3 (permalink) Wed Aug 31, 2005 3:00 am   Standing in front of me
 

[quote="peter"]Test No. incompl/inter-19 "A Collision - Finish this Story", question 2

The trouble is somebody is ..........

(a) standing to me
(b) standing from me
(c) standing in front of me
(d) standing about me

Test No. incompl/inter-19 "A Collision - Finish this Story", answer 2

The trouble is somebody is standing in front of me.

Correct answer: (c) standing in front of me
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Hi, could you explain the meaning of this sentence,please?
Why there is a trouble when someone is standing in front of me?
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Standing in front of me #4 (permalink) Wed Aug 31, 2005 3:10 am   Standing in front of me
 

I can understand the sentence meaning now.
This question and the others in this test 19 have composed of a story.I just read it seperately.
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Standing in front of me #5 (permalink) Wed Apr 18, 2007 12:53 pm   Standing in front of me
 

Hi,
standing in front of me - is it some kind of idiomatic expression or does it have only its direct meaning.

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Standing in front of me #6 (permalink) Wed Apr 18, 2007 18:13 pm   Standing in front of me
 

Hi,

There's nothing idiomatic about the expression, it simply means what it says.

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