confront  立ち向かう

September 29, 2014 =========
☆ confront  立ち向かう
Always good to use a new word in a sentence, right? So let’s look at some useful sentences with the word “confront” in them:
You need to confront him about it.
I don’t have the courage to confront her.
I wouldn’t recommend confronting her, especially when she’s in a bad mood!
It’s time to confront your new reality!
You must confront your fears and find out what is real and what is imagined. That is the only way to proceed through life.
Actually, “face your fears” is more common than “confront” your fears. But both are OK. So, if you now you know another word for “confront”. You could substitute “face” for “confront” in each of these sentences and there would be no change to the meaning.