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Idioms Lesson 6 – FACE THE MUSIC

Published: 5 years ago

Category: Education, English, English Pronunciation, Grammar, Idioms & Phrases, Learn English

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Idioms Lesson 6 – FACE THE MUSIC

Meaning – To face the unpleasant consequences of one’s action

If you have to face the music, you have to accept the negative consequences of something you have done wrong.

Example 1

Mary broke a dining-room window and had to face the music when her father got home.

Example 2

After failing a math test, Tom had to go home and face the music.

Example 3

After several years of cheating his employer, the embezzler finally had to face the music.”

Example 4

As soon as he was caught lying, he knew that he would have to face the music.

Example 5

At tomorrow’s annual meeting, the CEO will have to face the music.

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