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So how about walk round?
Thank you. So 'around' means a full circle, and 'round' just a part of it, do I get you right?
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Good afternoon, mmasny.
(1) I checked Mr. Michael Swan's popular Practical English Usage.
(2) He says that:
(a) British people usually say, "Where do you live?" "Just ROUND the corner."
(b) He then says, "Americans normally use AROUND."
(3) Here in the U. S., people often warn: You never know what is just AROUND the corner. That is, you never know what the future is going to bring you.
Have a nice day!