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    next, next to, near, close

    Could you differentiate these words "next, next to, near, close"?. Please give me examples
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    Re: next, next to, near, close

    A better idea would be for you to look up the words in a dictionary or two, paying attention not only to the definitions, but also to any example sentences given. Then write some sentences containing those words, and we'll tell you if you've got them right. If you make mistakes, we may be able to see what you have not understood, and give you some advice.

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