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1) It is nearer to our house.
2) It is close to our house.
Are both the above sentences ok and do they convey the same meaning?
Last edited by Anil Giria; 01-Nov-2015 at 17:02.
Do you understand the difference between "close" and "closer"?
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
Anil, please ask your unrelated question 3 in a separate thread, with its own specific title.
For eg: My house is close to your house.
I could not make sentence with "closer". ( Should I use : make or made here, I guess " made" since could is past tence)
My house is 20 metres from the supermarket; your house is 100 metres from the supermarket. My house is closer to the supermarket that yours is.