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    Far apart expression

    ''How far apart are the two town?'' - ''The two towns are apart (at/from/on) three meters''. Which is correct?

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    Re: Far apart expression

    Quote Originally Posted by guilhermehm View Post
    ''How far apart are the two town​s?'' - ''The two towns are apart (at/from/on) three kilometers apart''. Which is correct?
    It's not a matter of 'Which is correct?' There's a question and answer.

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