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    #1

    By foot

    Dear all,

    Do you say "It takes about two hours to the city by foot"?

    I think "on foot" is correct, but some people say "by foot" is also used.

    Thank you!

    OP

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    #2

    Re: By foot

    Stick with 'on foot'.

    'By foot' sounds odd.

    Rover

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