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    #1

    On your Right or At your Right

    Hi,

    When giving direction to a person that how to reach a particular place I had a small doubt, which I mentioned below. Can anyone please clear it.

    "On your right, take the first narrow street" or "at your right, take the first narrow street" - Which sentence is correct?

    My another doubt is that, do I have to use like " on your right hand side, take the first narrow street" or " at your right hand side, take the first narrow street"

    Is "hand side" required when communicating?

    Thanks in advance,

    Regards,
    Damodaran J

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      • Retired English Teacher
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    #2

    Re: On your Right or At your Right

    Use on, without 'hand side'.

    'Take the first street on your right.'

    Rover

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