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Many words and expressions indicate the directions we should follow, or we should take...
This vocabulary is sometimes 'difficult' and must, at least be recognized...
|A direction/ in the direction of|
|clockwise// anticlockwise/ counter clockwise|
|forward(s) // backward(s)|
|To advance/ to move forward|
|To head for|
|To look behind/ look back|
|To come back/ to get back|
|on his return|
|To go home// To come home|
To look backwards...
- The other way/ in the other direction/ in the opposite direction
- comings and goings
- To take a step back:/ to step back(wards)
Coming and goings...
|To leave from/ for|
|To leave a place|
To start out/ set off// To set out/ get under way
|flight (is the noun)|
|To flee (fled, fled) from/ to|
|To run away from/ to escape from|
|To break out of/ to escape from|
- Let's go! / Let's be off! / Off we go!
- in the pursuit of sb/ sth // to chase (after) sb/ sth
A runaway... To set off/ on/ for a journey
To go near/ to come near// To approach/ at his approach
|To approach a place|
|To reach a place|
|To arrive/ an arrival|
|To converge on|
|Through => To go through|
|Across => To cross|
He's reached the jam jar... She's going to cross the street...
- To draw near to a place/ to approach a place
- To circle a place
- to turn round
Take the right direction! and thanks for working with me!
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