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    Exclamation correct usage

    hi
    her seat is not near to me.
    her seat is far from me.
    which one is correct?
    i think first one is correct.it means seat is not nearest to me.

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    Re: correct usage

    Hello Akbar

    You can say e.g.

    1. Her seat isn't near me.
    2. Her seat isn't near mine.
    3. Her seat is far from me.
    4. Her seat is far from mine.
    5. Her seat is a long way from mine.

    I would probably say number 5.

    MrP

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