in the front of

Imladris

Senior Member
Turkey - Turkish
It's the telephone box ---- the market.

A) in front of
B) in the front of

I think A is correct, but I am not sure about B. What do you think?

 
  • tannen2004

    Senior Member
    English/USA
    They're both correct but they mean different things. "In front of the market" would generally imply that the phone is outside of the market. "In the front of the market" implies that the phone is in the market but near the entrance/front.
     
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