Thanks a lot for sharing with me.
@bbinnian yeah i agree i would use instead of in front of as oppossite is less confusing i think.
I have seen a number of town maps on this site with inaccurate use of "in front of". In front of refers to something immediately in front of as on the same side of the street in the doorway of the building for example. "I will meet you in front of the market" means at the door of the market. In front of should be replaced with "across from" or "opposite". Where I live in the USA, "across from" is the norm. I love these interactive worksheet maps but can't use them as this "in front of" creates a lot of confusion, particularly for my Spanish speaking ESL students.
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