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    Little man is offline Junior Member
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    At the bottom/top of the street.

    Dear teachers.
    I'd like to know whether I'm right in interpretation these sentences.
    1. There's a shop at the bottom of the street. I think it means down the street.
    2. There's a shop at the top of the street. I suppose it means up the street.

    I hope you will help.

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    Re: At the bottom/top of the street.

    Quote Originally Posted by Little man View Post
    Dear teachers.
    I'd like to know whether I'm right in MY interpretation OF these sentences.
    1. There's a shop at the bottom of the street. I think it means down the street.
    2. There's a shop at the top of the street. I suppose it means up the street.

    I hope you will help.
    I am thinking that the speaker is talking about a street on a hill.

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