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Meeting PointPlay
Visualize 'corner' as the point where two lines meet, forming an 'L' shape. SlideWe'll meet at the corner of 5th Avenue and 10th Street.
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Common PhrasesPlay
'Corner' is often used with prepositions like 'in' or 'around' to indicate location. SlideShe placed the vase in the corner of the living room.
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Not Always PhysicalPlay
Sometimes 'corner' refers to an abstract idea like a 'corner of one's mind'. SlideIn a corner of my mind, I knew it was a bad idea.