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    The right preposition for a situation?

    Hi,


    The situation is such that I have to travel from Location-A to Location-B, but there are two routes, one with Mall X on the way and the other with Mall Y on the way.


    Now, Which of the following sentences are correct?


    1) I am going to Location-B through Mall X.
    2) I am going to Location-B via Mall X.
    3) I am going to Location-B along Mall X.
    4) I am going to Location-B alongside Mall X.
    5) I am going to Location-B across Mall X.
    6) I am going to Location-B crossing Mall X.


    Thanks.

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    Re: The right preposition for a situation?

    Only sentence 2) is correct.
    I am not a teacher.

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