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What would you say in this situation? Your friend asks where the disco is. You know it’s in the next street on the left. You say (use imperatives to give directions): ???
Oct 15, 2018 5:18 PM
Answers · 4
'Take a left at the corner there'.. probably. It's more common/casual than 'go left' or 'turn left', I think. :) Some people say 'make a left'.. maybe that's just when driving?..
October 15, 2018
I'd say, "go to the end of the block and turn to your left. The disco is on that street".
October 15, 2018
Here's 2: Head down there, take the first street on the left and you'll see it. Take the first left, it's right there.
October 15, 2018
Yes I would use imperatives but usually soften it with a pronoun as if to walk them through it so "You go to the end of the street then you turn left onto the next road...." rather than "go to the end of the street"/"turn left".
October 15, 2018
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