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What is the definition of the words through and through?

"Through" and "thru" are equivalent in terms of meaning; they have slightly different connotations in terms of literary effect and stylistic choices. Both words are adverbs de (MORE)

Can you walk through a drive through?

During normal operating hours, they probably wouldn't like it. If you go through at a time when the drive-through is the only thing open, and you have a legit reason (e.g., ve (MORE)
In Grammar

See through it or see it through?

It depends on what you want to say. You can say "I can see through it", or "I want to see it through".
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Is it walk through or walk-through?

The two-word form is used only when you are using through as an adverb (e.g. he will walk through the door). The hyphenated noun walk-through was the earlier form, meaning a (MORE)

Which is right to get through this or to get through WITH this?

The proper grammar is using the word with. Here is a sample sentence. I would love to get through with this science project tonight because tomorrow night is the prom and I (MORE)