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    #1

    preposition of places

    what is the difference between " to the left" and " on the left"? which one is better in the following sentence?


    If you open the door my room, you will find a big desk to the left ( or on th left or on the left side??) of the door.

    There is a TV set in the lower left corner of my room.

    There is a big table in the center( or middle) of my room.

    Which one is better and why?

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    Re: preposition of places

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    In your sentences, all are fine (middle/center, to/on the left [side], etc).
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