From a squared set with normally arranged couples, each man's PARTNER is the dancer on his right, and each man's CORNER is the dancer to his left. Each woman's PARTNER is the dancer on her left, and each woman's CORNER is the dancer to her right. From a circle of alternating men and women facing in, the man's PARTNER is the adjacent dancer to his right and the man's CORNER is the adjacent dancer to his left. The woman's PARTNER is to her left and the woman's CORNER is to her right. There are other meanings of PARTNER or CORNER in other formations. The caller should avoid the possibility of confusion. Common commands using these terms would include "Face Your PARTNER; Do Sa Do", "Face Your CORNER; Allemande Left", "Circle Left; Swing Your PARTNER", "4 Ladies Promenade Inside; Swing Your PARTNER". In the last one, PARTNER refers to the PARTNER (i.e. the person you were standing beside) before the ladies promenaded.