Asking for and giving directions

source: Thanh Ngo Duc
# movement phrases
--until you come to the ...
--for about 4 miles
--about 4 blocks
# phrasal verbs and useful phrases
--go along this road
--go down there
--walk down
--drive down this road
--make a right/left
--take a right/left
--turn right/left
--hang a right/left
--walk/go past the bank
--pass the bank
# describing location
--X is on the left side of the street.
--X is on your left.
--It's next to a laundromat.
--You will see it on the ...
# scene 1
--Excuse me. I'm new here. Is there a bank on the corner of Bradley Boulevard.
--Yes. Go along this road until you come to the intersection of Wilson and Bradley. It's at the intersection.
--Is it far?
--No. It'll take you about 3 or 4 minutes to get there.
--Thanks. You've been very helpful.
--Don't mention it. Good luck!
# scene 2
--I'm lost. Do you know where the bank is?
--Yeah. Turn left here (at this intersection). Follow that road about a mile. The bank is in the shopping center. You can't miss it.
--I don't get it. Can you repeat it again, please?
# scene 3
--Can you tell me where the bakery is?
--Sure. Turn right here, and go down (this road) about 4 blocks, then turn left. That is Warren Road. Go down there and you will see it on the left side of the street.
--I'm sorry. I'm lost. Can you repeat that?
--Thanks. I got it now.
--If you can't find it, just ask someone.
--Thanks. You've been a big help.
--Excuse me. I'm sorry to interrupt you, but I was wondering how to get to St. Paul's Hospital from here?
--It's pretty far.
--make a left
--hang a right
--Do you know where the nearest police station is?
--take the third right
--Thanks for your time.
--No problem.