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    #1

    Post 'on the right/to the right'.

    I would like you to explain the difference between the two sentences.
    a) Put the bookshelf next to the window, on the right.

    b) Put the bookshelf next to the window ,to the right of the window.

    Thank you .

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    #2

    Re: 'on the right/to the right'.

    Usually 'on the right' but 'to the right OF...'

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