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    through/around the streets

    (a) He walked the streets listening to music.
    (b) He walked through the streets listening to music.
    (c) He walked around the streets listening to music.

    Could anyone explain me what is the difference in meaning between these sentences?


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    Re: through/around the streets

    No difference.

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