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I want describe the man standing.

Assume that I am the person who is wearing white with blue shoes. I want to describe the man standing next to me.
i.e:

standing right to me

or

standing in front of me..

like that.

  • The picture is rather small on my screen. Which pair's blue - the pair with the white toes or the pair with the dark toes? – Lawrence Jul 8 '17 at 16:20
  • Either way, you can say that he's standing next to you. Or are you trying to say that they are standing almost at right angles to each other? – Lawrence Jul 8 '17 at 16:23
  • "The man is standing at my right." – P. E. Dant Jul 8 '17 at 22:50
  • @Lawrence. the pair with white toe. yes standing right angles. – Raajan Jul 9 '17 at 9:01
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Any of these are fine, and mean the same thing:

  • Standing to my right

  • Standing on my right

  • Standing at my right

  • Standing to the right of me

Standing in front of me

is correct as well, but

Standing right to me

is not.

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