When a person's hands and face are dirt how will you tell him to wash them.
Wash your hands and face.
Go and get fresh.
sundarnazWhen a person's hands and face are dirty how
willdo you tell him to wash them?
Wash your hands and face. — You might say this to one of your children, but to an adult you might simply mention that their hands and face are dirty in an indirect way. (I notice that you've got some dirt on your hands. What have you been doing?)
sundarnazGo and get fresh.
No. We don't say this. There is, however, the expression "to freshen up". For example, if you have guests who have traveled far to come and stay with you for a few days, when they arrive, you could say You've had a tiring trip. Would you like to freshen up before dinner?