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What's the difference?
1) We went from one house to some other. (they had certain houses to visit?)
2) We went from one house to another. (the didn't have certain houses to visit?)
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
I am not saying that it's natural. Actually it is from here
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he found some other house
What does it mean? Why not - he found another house?
'He found some other house' is not a good example for a dictionary to give.
'He found another house' is much more natural.
If a dictionary gives a bad example no wonder that I gave it
But is there any sense in this sentense? Is it nonsense?
It makes sense, but it is not natural.
Could you, please, help me see the difference between these two if the first one makes sense?
1) We went from one house to some other.
2) We went from one house to another.
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