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    Cool walk or walk to?

    Hi,

    Which sentence is correct?

    "The store is too far to walk" or "The store is too far to walk to" ?

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    Re: walk or walk to?

    Both could be correct, but the second sounds better to me.

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    Re: walk or walk to?

    "The store is too far to walk" conveys the meaning without an extra "to".

    Here is how I would use "walk to":

    I find it too far to walk to that store.

    Experts please correct me as needed.

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