Asking The Way Map

Asking-the-Way-Map
Giving directions
- Go | Walk | Drive
- straight
- along ...
- as far as the ...
- up | down ...
- past ...
- through the roundabout.
- across the
- Cross the ...
- Take the first | second | third (turning) on the left | right.
- Turn left | right at the
- Turn round.
Asking for the distance
- How far is that?
- Is it far from here?
Giving information about the distance
- It's ...
- ... minutes on foot | by car.
- no distance at all.
- a ... minutes walk.
- Just a few minutes on foot.
- The ... is not far away.
- You can't miss it.
Ending
- It's my pleasure.
- No problem.
- That's okay.
- You're welcome.
Asking for the way
- Excuse me.
- Where's the (nearest) ... ?
- How do I get to the ... ?
- Can you tell me the way to the ... ?
- Is there a ... near here?
Thinking
- Hang on. | Wait a minute.
- Let me think.
- That's easy.
- Yes, of course.
Saying where a place is
- It's
- It's just around the corner.
- It's over there.
- It's the first | second ... on the left | right.
- The ... is on the left | right.
- That's the biggest | tallest | smallest building on the left | right.
Sentence starters
- First ...
- Then ... | After that ... | Next ...
- Now ...
- Finally ... | At last ...
Saying you don't know
- I'm sorry. I'm a stranger here myself.
- I'm sorry, I don't know.
Saying thank you
- Thanks a lot.
- Thank you anyway.
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