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Thread: To / From


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    To / From

    Are these correct? If not, why? What do they mean?
    1. I will do it as soon as I get back from my bike ride to Hawaii.
    2. I will do it as soon as I get back from my bike ride from Hawaii.

    Thanks.

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    Re: To / From

    1. 'He's going to Hawaii from here, and will return; then he will do it.'
    2. He is likely in Hawaii when he is saying this sentence, but I cannot understand the logistics. I suggest that you discard this one.

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