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Before and In front of

As preposition:

Look at these sentences:

I sat in front of him.
I sat before him.

The first sentence means that I sat physically in your sight (it indicates a place) while the second sentence means that I sat the first time then he sat after me (it indicates the time)

Before also used as the conjunction as follow:

Before I enter the room, I knock at the door.

Before is also used to show past time: (check this post about Ago and Before)

I have never been here before.


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