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Even though I have so many difficulties to face with, I still have to try my hardiest work to achieve the goal in my mind.

First, I think we should use face instead of face with here, right?

Second, does the phrase in bold sound right to you? Thanks.
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Hi,

Even though I have so many difficulties to face with, I still have to try my hardiest work to achieve the goal in my mind.

First, I think we should use face instead of face with here, right? Yes.

Second, does the phrase in bold sound right to you? No.

Even though I have so many difficulties to face, I still have to try my hardest to achieve the goal in my mind.

Best wishes, Clive
Thanks, Clive.
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Do we use "face with" only for problems? Or can with face with people too?
For example
In a party we usually face with good looking teenagers.
shininggirlDo we use "face with" only for problems?
We don't use it at all.
But I found "face with" in dictionaries.
Which verb do you use instead. "see" is better. yes?
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shininggirlBut I found "face with" in dictionaries.
Are you sure it was faced with, in dictionaries? That's possible.
AngliholicEven though I have so many difficulties to face with, I still have to try my hardiest work to achieve the goal in my mind.First, I think we should use face instead of face with here, right?
I find the sound of this utterance rather awkward. I would just say " Even though I am faced with so many problems.....

That's just my opinion.
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