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    has left the station=has got out of the station=has gone off the station

    Dear teachers,

    Would you be kind enough to tell me your expert opinion concerning the following three sentences?

    1. The train has left the station.
    2. The train has got out of the station.
    3. The train has gone off the station. (or "has gone from the station".)

    Thank you for your efforts.

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    V.

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    Re: has left the station=has got out of the station=has gone off the station

    Hi vil

    1. The train has left the station.
    2. The train has got out of the station.
    3. The train has gone off the station.
    4. The train has gone from the station. <marginal>

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