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Across vs. Through

The preposition across shows movement or position from one side to the other. The child ran across the road. (From one side of the road to the other) There is a bridge across the...

This, That, So, Through

This and that can be used with adjectives and adverbs in the same way as so. This usage is very common in informal English. I didn’t realize that it was going to be this...

Through

In American English, through can be used to refer to time. It means ‘up to and including’. The office is open from nine through six. The park is open from March through June. (=...