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I know the sentence "turn right in the corner" is correct, but I am confusing if we use "turn right in the barber shop" or "turn right by the barber shop"? Please help. Thank you
To go to the bus station, you turn right (on/at/by) the barber shop.
From my understanding: there might have some corners near by and they ask us to turn right at the corner which the barber shop is located. My confusion is: if we use "turn right at the barber shop", it seems that we turn into the barber shop. So I think we should use "turn right by the barber shop". Is that correct?