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You must ___ facts and not run away from
the truth.

a) face
b) know

Answer according to the practice test which I am doing is (b). shouldn't it be (a) ?
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Yes.
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Hi Nakool, since there are so many errors in your book, I wonder how your teacher helps his/her students improve in English. Does your teacher always follow the answers in the book?
You are right. I have picked many options and practiced but all have 30% errors hence I have to ask them in the forum.
NakoolYou are right. I have picked many options and practiced but all have 30% errors hence I have to ask them in the forum.
Thanks, Nakool.

I assume your teacher follows the answers provided by the book. In that case, if you choose the correct answers, but they are wrong according to your book, would your teacher mark your answers as wrong?
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Face facts (also face the facts) means acknowledge unpleasant things that you may not want to think about. Know facts means have a knowledge of certain things. Both could work in the sentence, A seems more obvious, B could mean you should not give up on learning new things.

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