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turn around vs turn behind #1 (permalink) Mon May 11, 2009 13:28 pm   turn around vs turn behind
 

1) I turned around to see who it was.
2) I turned behind to see who it was.


Can someone please tell me if both the above sentences are correct and mean the same thing?
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turn around vs turn behind #2 (permalink) Mon May 11, 2009 14:10 pm   turn around vs turn behind
 

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Only #1 is correct. I turned around. I looked around/behind..
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