For a beginner who starts learning English, it is quite surprising that in English you use "before" instead of "in front of" in many occasions. However, it happens and I am getting used to it, but not without any further problem. To make a long story short, is the following sentence correct? What are the possible alternative prepositions or phrases to state this sentence?
Learning a new language opens new windows before you, which can change your whole life.
Are these phrases good alternatives to this aim?
- in front of