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1. Stay on Cherry Street.
2. Keep going on Cherry Street.
3. Follow Cherry Street.
4. Take Cherry street.

(Are they all the same in meaning? Does #1 mean that a person should stop on the street or a person should drive his car on Cherry Street?)

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    All of those sentences have the same meaning.

    1. means that the person should continue driving his car on Cherry Street.

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