Can you tell me the difference b/w to the right and on the right. I think they have the same use to point the position of st
Sometimes you have to base on a specific situation to know exactly meaning of these phrases.
Personally, I think "to the right" shows that you are not being at right side of someone/something. "on the right" shows that you are already being at right side of someone/something. Is that right? Anyway, you have to consider the whole sentence for meaning of these phrases.
This is possible, but it would be very difficult to say. In your example sentences "to' and "on" are interchangeable, though the sentences "sound better" as they are. It could seem that "to our right" has a feeling of movement, but I think we would have to see many more examples before determining this one way or the other. It's an interesting observation, however. I can understand why you might ask.