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    Unhappy house within a mile 'of station/from station' within a mile of station within a mile from station

    Is 2 right sentence?
    If right, what's difference between them?

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    Re: house within a mile 'of station/from station'

    Quote Originally Posted by yeju View Post
    1. (space needed here) House within a mile of station.
    2. (space needed here) House within a mile from station.

    Is sentence 2 right​? sentence?
    If it's right, what's the difference between them it and sentence 1?
    Welcome to the forum.

    Neither 1 nor 2 is a complete sentence. Each one is a fragment. Please write full sentences containing the phrases.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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