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Asking for directions

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In this lesson, we are going to learn what to say when you need to ask for directions.

To the art museum

Ashley: Excuse me, sir. May you tell me where to find the art museum?

Stranger: You have to walk five blocks on Water Street, turn right and then walk one block.

Ashley: Do you know if there is a train station nearby as well?

Stranger: Yes, the blue line station is three blocks away from the museum.

Ashley: Thank you very much!

Going to the beach

Ashley: I will be driving to the beach this weekend. Can you help me figure out how to get there?

Lisa: I will be happy to help you. Where are you starting from?

Ashley: I will be driving from my house on Lewis Avenue near the post office.

Lisa: You should drive to the expressway, take exit 14 and the follow the Belt Parkway until you see the exit for the beach.

Ashley: Do you know if the beach exit is on the right or left?

Lisa: You will have to stay to the right.

Ashley: Thanks!

Finding a Coffee Shop

Ashley: Hi. I am looking for the coffee shop in Queens Village. Is it the next town over?

Stranger: You’re in Kings Town. Queens Village is two towns over. You have to go down the road 1 mile and then follow the stone path. You will see a pond when you get there.

Ashley: Is there a sign when I arrive at Queens Village?

Stranger: No, sorry. Just follow the landmarks I gave you.

To a shoe store

Ashley: I need to go to a shoe store in the mall quickly.

Lisa: You should take the elevator to the third floor and then walk straight down the aisle until you see Nine West Shoes.

Ashley: That seems far and I have to rush. Wouldn’t it be faster to go to Guess Shoes on the first floor next to the candy store?

Lisa: Yes, it would be. You can exit the store directly into the parking lot afterwards. Just pass the cashier and walk out the back door.

Ashley: Which back door? There are two.

Lisa: The one on the left with a sign that says, “Parking Lot Exit”.


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