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    There are five roads (road1-5) and five cities (city1-5).

    "Each of the roads leads to one of the citys"
    From the above sentence, can you imagine that
    the road1 leads to the city1 and the road3 also leads to the city1?

    Can I use the following sentense to explain that
    when the road1 leads to the city1, the road3 leads to one of the city2-4 ?
    "Each of the roads leads to a different one of the citys"

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    Re: Each of

    Sure, but it's better to say: "Each road leads to a different city."

    P.S. The plural of city is cities.

    Keep up the good work, don't hesitate to ask more questions. That's how you learn.


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