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    I'm 5 minutes away from your place. VS I'm 5 minutes from your place.

    I'm 5 minutes away from your place.

    VS

    I'm 5 minutes from your place.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: I'm 5 minutes away from your place. VS I'm 5 minutes from your place.

    Yes.

    In formal writing, write a number below 10 as a word: 'I'm five minutes away...'

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