Prepositions after "face-to-face"

face-to-face with, in, at, for or to?

Word Frequency
In Top 1000 words

    In 75% of cases face-to-face with is used
    We were face-to-face with the highly endangered PAWI.
    This brings them face-to-face with their damaged homes.
    Sit opposite the child so you're face-to-face with them.
    An effective way to get face-to-face with the villain, but not so great for her.
    Talking of dispensational changes, at this time I had come face-to-face with one.
    I've had students in my office, having come face-to-face with a difficult person.
    In other words, we are coming face-to-face with the truth: we are co-creators of consciousness here and now.
    I had gone to take measurements for some building works but i came face-to-face with a vital lesson in life.
    They need courage and determination when they come face-to-face with a man who is ready to kill to stop them.

    In 5% of cases face-to-face in is used
    We came face-to-face in the hotel foyer.
    face-to-face in this biz is hugely important.
    Sharon and Helen have not talked face-to-face in the last two years.
    Death Note has Light/Mello, despite the two never meeting face-to-face in canon.
    There's a terrific scene where you and Bruce Willis are seated face-to-face in a diner.
    The two met face-to-face in 1943, when Riddle killed his father and paternal grandparents.
    Record them live, in real-time, jamming face-to-face in an effort to capture their conviviality and chemistry.
    The survey, part of its Omnibus survey, is run three times a year and carried out face-to-face in people's homes.
    The best way to find people who might be looking for dev or design work done is face-to-face in your own community.
    No such fear existed in Jesus Christ who boldly spoke against the Talmudic Pharisees face-to-face in public meetings.

    In 3% of cases face-to-face at is used
    A face-to-face at the Owl &; Monkey Sanctuary 5.
    I present online and face-to-face at conferences and teach classes online via WizIQ.
    This one would be face-to-face at Valve's headquarters in Seattle, on American soil.
    On the last day of our vacation in New Zealand, we caught up face-to-face at the Riccarton Bush.
    Kim and Lindsay were both invited by Fox News Channel and they will be face-to-face at the table.
    This will also help you to be on-topic with your icebreakers when you meet them face-to-face at the event.
    As I dropped to my knees to be able to talk to her face-to-face at her level, I asked if there was anything she needed to say.
    So when she finally committed to a face-to-face at the Soho Theatre on Dean Street, we got there a full hour ahead of schedule.
    Every visit to welfare offices in the 1980s was face-to-face at the HRA office (sat in many a waiting room during my childhood).
    As you may not be seen face-to-face at any time in the application process it's essential to register and have your identification verified.

    In 3% of cases face-to-face for is used
    We had a detailed discussion face-to-face for more than one and a half hours.
    The two sides have not traded proposals or met face-to-face for a formal bargaining session in over two weeks.
    You have a professor at Harvard or Amite University delivering his content face-to-face for 45 hours in a Semester.
    Day Three wasn't strictly conference, but was the first official face-to-face for the FOSS4G 2013 Organising Committee.
    The follow-up calls have gone really well and you're now faced with the challenge of getting ready to meet face-to-face for the first time.
    I hadn't visited with Bill face-to-face for a while, but we visited on the telephone as recently as sometime during the past couple of years.
    More unusually these days, cold calling can also refer to calling face-to-face for the first time without an appointment at commercial premises or households.
    More unusually these days, cold calling can also refer to calling face-to-face for the first time without an appointment at commercial promises or households.
    I was delighted to be able to meet you face-to-face for the first time this week along with so many other #dementiachallengers -- and that Simona was there, shortlisted.
    Whilst there, I was also lucky enough to meet face-to-face for the first time with VBL Community member Mike Stankavich -- was a pleasure meeting you and your lovely family, Mike.

    In 2% of cases face-to-face to is used
    We celebrate faith by coming face-to-face to the Qiblah of our prayers.
    Every small interaction can go from face-to-face to global in a matter of hours.
    He was on sufficiently good terms with Gershom Scholem to admit his slip up face-to-face to him.
    MEYER: Let's shift for a minute and talk about how assessment changes when you move from face-to-face to online.
    I was in the Orchestra Section Row D Seats 25/26 which is face-to-face to the Ladies in Bikinis and Men with Six Packs.
    Most importantly for your Pozible campaign, it lets you tell your story face-to-face to your fans, creating trust and an instant personal connection.
    Hoping to appeal face-to-face to a physically present person, look him in the eye and establish a sense of trust, I walked into a local B of A branch.
    As the archeological dig progressed we found three Bacon paintings: one was attached to another canvas, stuck face-to-face to another canvas, and we had to prise them apart.
    Listening face-to-face to what they say they need to do a better job and giving it to them to their satisfaction if it makes sense is the only way to treat them with great respect.
    What I did was devote much of my time to listening face-to-face to employee complaints, suggestions, and questions and responding to them to the satisfaction or better of employees.

    In 1% of cases face-to-face about is used
    Have the talk: Talk to the other person face-to-face about the problem.
    In each survey, 26 751 respondents were interviewed face-to-face about their perceptions of.
    Possibly he could fly to Florida and explain to them face-to-face about their limits and their correct part-time roles, which they have no hope of ever rising above.
    It's important to keep in touch with all sectors of society and have a conversation face-to-face about pressing issues such as deep sea oil drilling off the coast of New Zealand.

    In 1% of cases face-to-face as is used
    Discrimination happens face-to-face as well as online.
    Visibility means being out and about creating rapport with people face-to-face as well as in front of your computer screen.
    The big difference was that existing medical evidence was treated with a bit more respect, and far fewer people had face-to-face assessments.
    Personal -- Must be presentable and able to engage in appropriate and professional communications with people both face-to-face as well as via electronic channels.
    Members of a group may have to relate and communicate in a number of ways: face-to-face as a whole group, through phone links, via email or other electronic communication, or a combination of these.

    In 1% of cases face-to-face by is used
    The principals of the schools were equally interviewed face-to-face by the researcher.
    I have been wooed with words face-to-face by gays here in Lagos before Yaradua and GEJ had been installed.
    I bet you ca n't, and the reason why is because you are dealing with your fear face-to-face by trying to trigger an attack.
    Just as we solidify bonds with people face-to-face by chatting about the mundane aspects of our lives, we sometimes do that online.
    The estimated 6 million users of homeopathy in Britain can not be expected to be supplied medicines face-to-face by less than five licensed premises.
    An unusual feature of his work is that different audiences read different messages when they are confronted face-to-face by his large prints on a gallery wall.
    All interviews were conducted face-to-face by a female psychiatrist, except two at T3 (one by telephone, one by mail) and nine at T4 (eight by telephone, one by mail).
    A new study by a nonprofit think tank, Ithaka S+R, compared two versions of an introductory statistics course, one taught face-to-face by professors and one mostly taught online.

    In 1% of cases face-to-face on is used
    That is dealing with patients, face-to-face on a daily basis.
    The woman removed her clothes and sat face-to-face on the man's lap.
    But I can't imagine actually having to deal with you face-to-face on a day-to-day basis.
    Socio-cultural activities are also included in the three-week face-to-face on campus component.
    However, there's a conflict between that idea of face-to-face on demand and the distance learning model.
    Natives of Haiku-Pauwela, Hawaii, on the island of Maui, the Scott brothers came face-to-face on the field during the 2011 U.
    Firstly, the transaction takes place face-to-face on the doorstep between members of the public and a supporter of Christian Aid.
    I'll do 48 x 30 minute slots around the clock working on the phone, over skype or face-to-face on the StartUp Britain bus for the day.
    Kennedy agreed to make presidential campaign history by flying together from town to town and debating each other face-to-face on the same stage.
    It will also leave India poorer as a culture and civilization, in which the reel free trade takes place face-to-face on our streets and in our haats and bazaars.

    In 1% of cases face-to-face over is used
    Interviews were conducted face-to-face over the period 1st April to 7th April, 2011.
    It's a lot harder to be rude to someone you know, and especially face-to-face over coffee or a meal.

    In 1% of cases face-to-face rather is used
    Contact your creditor by letter, email, fax or face-to-face rather than by the phone.
    Whenever you can, attempt to acquire a payday advance coming from a lender face-to-face rather than on the web.
    It is always good for a blogger who works from home to chat with colleagues in the press face-to-face rather than by email.
    A recent study showed that overall 84% of Americans prefer to speak with their friends, family, teachers, colleagues face-to-face rather than on the phone.
    Categories range from the ' Always On ' adult who prefers chatting online to ' Conventional ' adults, who prefer meeting face-to-face rather than using new technologies.
    Although I agree with you, if you're poised enough (which you are) to handle such grossly inane inquiries, better to be able to handle it face-to-face rather than the gossip being behind your back.

Use Linguix everywhere you write

Be productive and efficient, no matter where and what you write!

Linguix Apps

Get audience-specific corrections, access statistics, and view readability scores.

Browser Extensions

Get your writing checked on millions of websites, including Gmail, Facebook, and Google Docs.

Linguix Keyboard

Make your content read and look better on mobile.

MS Office add-ins

Download Linguix for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook to check grammar, punctuation, and style instantly right in your documents.

This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy