I will hit on your face
I will hit in your face which one is correct

I will slap on your face
I will slap in your face which one is correct

I will say on your face
I will say to your face which one is correct

Please explain properly

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  • This is easily found in a dictionary; slap takes a direct object (you, etc.) – Lambie May 3 '18 at 19:48
  1. I will hit you in the face, or I will hit your face. Either is correct.

  2. I will slap your face, or I will slap you in the face. Either is correct.

  3. I will say to your face. If everyone knows what is being said, it is common to say, I will say it to your face.

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