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    #1

    go over / across the bridge

    Hello,

    I'm wondering if we go over or across the bridge. It seems to me either works. There is no difference, is it?
    I'd appreciate your help.

    Thank you.
    Last edited by Verona_82; 14-Mar-2011 at 23:36.

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    #2

    Re: go over / across the bridge

    You're right - there's no difference, except that the former is used rather more than the latter.

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