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    #1

    I enjoyed swimming in the sea near Izu this year.

    One of my students wrote:

    I enjoyed swimming in the sea near Izu this year. ("Izu" is the name of a place in Japan.)
    I want to go to another place next year.
    (Her intended meaning is that she wants to go to Okinawa (rather than Izu)
    , for instance, to enjoy swimming in the sea there.)

    Are they understandable?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: I enjoyed swimming in the sea near Izu this year.

    Yes, they are fine.

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