Using ‘Through’ in many different ways.

We use through as a function word to indicate movement from one side or point to another one.

Examples:
I drove through the city last night.
He drove the choke through the board.

It is used to indicate a passage from one end to another.

Examples:
This is a side road through the field.
I walked through the forest last night. I was scared!

It can refer to a passage into and out of a treatment or process.

Examples:
The matter went through the manager’s hand.
The bill went through the legislation.

Through can indicate relationships in the family.

Examples:
We are related through our aunts.
We are cousins through our parents.

Can be the way of spreading news or any matter .

Examples:
I got to know the good news through your wife.
We were allowed to get into the club through your friend’s help.

It can refers to a set of condition

Examples:
I went through a torture yesterday while I was writing my test. It was so hard!
He got through his illness in 3 days.

Through also indicate a period of time:

Examples:
Monday through Saturday.
January through June.

From beginning to the end of a process or procedure:

Examples:
The firemen didn’t stop working all through the disaster.
I could not stop laughing all through the theatre play.

Through can express a meaning: because of something or somebody or due to

Examples:
My wife could not catch her connection flight through delay of her first flight.
It was all through her we lost our money.

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  • i was enjoying all through the class because it was very educative…

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