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"How do I go to..." says the narrator. - This is the most straightforward method of requesting directions. When you say this, the other person will either inform you the mode of transportation to use (bus, subway) or explain your path to you. "Could you please tell me how to get to..." - This is a very courteous method of requesting directions.

Go straight. Turn left. Turn right. Walk along the post office. Take the first (street) on your left/right. Walk over the bridge. Stop at the crossroads. At the traffic light turn left/right.

To offer advice or to recommend the place or location the individual asked for

The ability to know where you're headed and how to get there is an example of direction. When a plan starts to go wrong, this is an example of direction. When you reach the summit of a mountain and can view 360 degrees around you, that is an illustration of direction.

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