go straight (somewhere)

"Go straight ___" is usually used to talk about going to a place without stopping or going somewhere else first:

I went straight home after work.

But it's also used in the phrase "go straight to sleep", which means to go to sleep immediately after something. Parents use this phrase when they're punishing their young children:

If you don't behave yourself, you're going straight to sleep after dinner. Do you understand me?

This phrase appears in these lessons: