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1. Which is correct:


a) "I looked on both sides of the beach, and I realized that a strange man was staring at me."


or


a) "I looked at both sides of the beach, and I realized that a strange man was staring at me."



2. And which is correct:


a) "I could no longer look on my right, since a strange man was staring at me."


or


b) "I could no longer look at my right, since a strange man was staring at me."



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Christine Christie1. Which is correct:

Neither works. I'm not sure what you are trying to say. I don't see how looking in both directions was necessary to detect the staring stranger. Maybe "I looked up and down the beach." "Up and down" means "both directions along, one at a time".

Christine Christie2. And which is correct:

I don't see how his staring prevented your looking, exactly. You need to make the connection stronger. Be that as it may, I think you want "to my left/right".