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    Question "to the south of " & "south of"

    Is this sentence "A is 100km to the south of B." grammatically correct?
    If so, are there any differences between "A is 100km to the south of B" and "A is 100km south of B"?

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    Re: "to the south of " & "south of"

    Quote Originally Posted by shirley_sun227 View Post
    Is this sentence "A is 100km to the south of B." grammatically correct?
    If so, are there any differences between "A is 100km to the south of B" and "A is 100km south of B"?
    Welcome to the forums.
    They are both correct and both mean the same.

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