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    Straight to

    straight to + noun

    Or

    Straight to + Verb?

    Which use is correct?

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    Re: Straight to

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    straight to + noun

    Or

    Straight to + Verb?

    Which use is correct?
    Depends on the surrounding context.

    She stood straight to be seen easily.
    I am going straight to the train station.

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