Down the street


In many cases, the prepositional phrases "up the street" and "down the street" mean the same thing, and either one is appropriate.

If a friend called to ask you where the new movie theater was, you could answer either “It’s right up the street from the Japanese restaurant,” or “It’s just down the street from the Japanese restaurant,” and either way they would understand what you meant: It’s near the Japanese restaurant, on the same street.

However, here are some important factors to keep in mind:

In many cases, the prepositional phrases "up the street" and "down the street" mean the same thing, and either one is appropriate.

If a friend called to ask you where the new movie theater was, you could answer either “It’s right up the street from the Japanese restaurant,” or “It’s just down the street from the Japanese restaurant,” and either way they would understand what you meant: It’s near the Japanese restaurant, on the same street.

However, here are some important factors to keep in mind:

" Down on the Street " is a 1984 song by British band Shakatak . The song is about the joy of nightlife . It was a big hit , reaching #9 in the UK . [1]

It was also their only chart entry in the U.S. , with no further hits there, although their duet with Al Jarreau on "Day by Day" in 1985 was a mild success.


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