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Can I say,

(A) He sits facing a big mirror.

(why "sit" followed by "facing"? )
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Hi,

Can I say,

(A) He sits facing a big mirror.

(why "sit" followed by "facing"? )

'Facing a big mirror' is an adjectival phrase that describes 'he'. You could rewrite the sentence as

Facing a big mirror, he sits.

Clive
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Thanks. Can you explain more detail about "adjectival phrase" ?

How do we use it correctly in a sentence? When do we use it?

Hi again,

Here are a few more examples of adjectival phrases that are based on participles.

The man sitting over there is my brother.

People crossing the border will need a passport.

Best wishes, Clive