What... That's such a long way to say 'face'
It's not just the noun "face," it is the action of facing something like a fear or what not.
Can "I am faced with failure" be accepted too?
Wouldn't that be a different statement with a different implication (and different words)?
I think this would be best
“I come face-to-face with failure.”
aha! there's where the "with" comes in! Cam on!
Với mean with, yet with is not offered as an option
okay, the "voi" confused me. I thought it meant, "I am faced with failure."
This hits me a little too close to home while doing your own startup haha!
I find very curious the vocabulary selection.
I still don't know how to say basic words as "can", but they teach me very abstract words like "face" or "challenge".