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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103302: Using Right or Left
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    Using Right or Left


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    1. I reckon your best bet is to turn left just before the swimming pool.

    2. When you arrive at the next junction turn left again and go straight on as far as the park.

    3. The tourism office is right, after the bookshop, you can't miss it.

    4. Pivot your body right on your right heel said our Taiji teacher.

    5. You can take this shortcut right to avoid a traffic jam on the main road.

    6. Thanks to the subway located left of the boulevard, you can cross the roundabout safely.

    7. left of your paper, leave a margin for the correction.

    8. During the tennis match, the heads turned from the left right.

    9. She moved her head right and gave us a friendly wave.

    10. He turned his steering wheel left to avoid a rut.









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