- The boy put a black eraser under his nose, to imitate Charlie Chaplin.
- The boy put a black eraser inside/into his nose, to imitate Charlie Chaplin.
Are these sentences OK?
Only #1 is correct - #2 would mean he put it in one of his nostrils.
What is the meaning for #1 sentence?
I couldn’t understand what is ‘under his nose’?
Please explain. Thanks.
It just means holding it up between his nose and upper lip, to imitate this person: bubblews.com/news/159430-cha … our-hearts