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Dear all,

I would like to know whether the following sentence is correct, if any mistakes please correct it.

1.If he has the balls, tell him to come face me.


Thanks in advance.

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cat navy 425If he has the balls, tell him to come (and) face me.

Emotion: surprise

It's correct, but I hope you're not going to use it in polite company.

Emotion: embarrassed

CJ

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cat navy 4251.If he has the balls, tell him to come face me.

The condition is relevant to him coming to face the speaker, not on the person addressed telling him to come. It would therefore be better as;


Tell him to come and face me if he has the balls.

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cat navy 425come face me.

This is a feature of American English.


Come and face me would be correct in British English.

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