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    Question long, has been the road Ive travelled on.

    Hi. Could you help me to find the right way to say " long, has been the road Ive travelled on" or "long, it has been the way Ive travelled on". Thank you very much. Domdomingues2003

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    Re: long, has been the road Ive travelled on.

    You can say 'Long has been the road I've travelled on', but it has a poetic feel about it.

    'I've been travelling on a long road' (The road is long)
    'I've been travelling on this road for a long time'. (The travelling time was long)

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