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Are both correct? Out of and through?

He went out of the south exit of the station.

He went through the south exit of the station.

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nicetomeetyou wrote: Through and out of? (Original post)

Are both correct? Out of and through?

He went out of the south exit of the station. This makes it clear that he was leaving,

He went through the south exit of the station. You could argue that maybe he was sneaking in.

Clive

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