Student or Learner
I want to be sure whether I am correct or not. The ''through'' have lots of meaning but, here I have given two usage of them.
Are they correct?
1. She took a walk through the park. (It means roughly, she took a walk from the start of the park to the end of the park.)
2. The sun came through the window. (It means again roughly, the sun came by means of window.)
[Not a teacher]
"She took a walk through the park" = Walking over the total distance, all the way or all the extent of the park; or going in at one side of the park and coming out at the other side of it.
"The sun came through the window" = Going through. In the same sense that - for instance - to run somebody through with a sword.
I'd say that the first is rougher than the second because of the size.