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    #1

    Which is correct?

    'From a far' or 'From the far'

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    Re: Which is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Babur View Post
    'From a far' or 'From the far'
    You probably mean "from afar", but it's not possible to say without a context. Try to give examples with your questions.

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