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  1. Erica01
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    Question Along the river

    Hi,

    Thanks for replying to my last post. I was wondering which is more correct:

    1- Walking along the Seine

    2-Walking along the bank(s) of the River Seine


    Which is used more freuqnely?


    Thanks a lot

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    Re: Along the river

    They're correct and I would use both.

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