Prepositions - In Front Of

Prepositions - In Front Of

1. In front of means located before or facing something.

Pattern 1: noun + in front of + noun
There is a van in front of their house.

Pattern 2: verb + in front of + noun
The teacher usually stands in front of the class.
He was in front of me in line.

2. In front of can mean in the future.
She has a lot of problems in front of her.
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    Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2nd October 1869 in Porbandar. A legendary leader, he revolutionized the meaning of freedom fighting around the globe. On this day, people in the country hold several prayer services and community functions to pay tribute to the Father of the Nation. Art lover hold exhibition that reflect the Gandhian principles of life and freedom, an interpretation of Gandhis ideologies on canvas. This way, they honor his contribution towards Indias freedom struggle in an aesthetic manner. In some places awards are given away to nonviolence projects or acts in honor of him. Special speeches are given addressing his life and work of Gandhi with the view to educate young minds on his ideas and beliefs.

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