Is it possible to use "to somewhere" after "through and across"? When I use "go through the corridor, the road etc.", do I imply that you have to go until you reach the end of the corridor or the road? Can I use these following examples interchangeably?
1- John quietly walked along the corridor to his bedroom.
1'- John quietly walked through the corridor to his bedroom.
2- Go along this corridor to the end.
2'- Go through this corridor to the end.
3- Go along the road to his house.
3'- Go across the road to his house.(his house is not at the end of the road)