Student or Learner
Hello, teachers! I have a question.
This is an excerpt from an English textbook used in Korea.
"Go straight two blocks and turn right. You will see it on your left"
What about this sentence " You will see on your left." My friend says that "see on your left" is also possible because the verb "see" can be used as a intransitive verb.
Thank you so much in advance!
You can use your words but only as a fragment, not as a whole sentence.
You will see on your left that the hotel has burnt down.
You will see on your left four tall trees and a small stone building.
Go straight for two blocks and then turn right. You will see on your left the building you are looking for.
Some people might phrase/write this as "You will see, on your left, four tall trees ..." or "You will see (on your left) four tall trees ...".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.