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Imagine that you are in a street with shops in both sides and there is a pharmacy on the right side and you need to direct the person to a direction that the pharmacy will be on his/her right side... So, can I say "take the pharmacy on/to your right, and go ahead" or what do you suggest ?
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Hi,

Imagine that you are in a street with shops in both sides and there is a pharmacy on the right side and you need to direct the person to a direction that the pharmacy will be on his/her right side... So, can I say "take the pharmacy on/to your right, and go ahead" or what do you suggest ?

I'd probably just say something like 'Go that way. You'll pass a pharmacy on your right'.

Clive
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Sorry I haven't mentioned about it but they aren't in that street , the person doesn't know "that" way. Emotion: smile
Hi,

You said 'Imagine that you are in a street . . . '

How about 'go to 713 Elm Street'? Emotion: smile

Clive
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Hi,

Yes, but I wasn't expecting a "that way" answer, sorry for my bad context, anyway, I need it for a booklet which is supposed to lead people to a historical site...

With my best regards.

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