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    the trip west

    The trip west seemed endless.

    What does "the trip west" mean?

    Is it grammertically right?

    Thank you

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    Re: the trip west

    Quote Originally Posted by lucalita009 View Post
    The trip west seemed endless.

    What does "the trip west" mean?

    Is it grammertically right?

    Thank you
    Yes, it's grammatical.
    A trip is a journey.
    If the journey is toward the west, it's a "trip west".
    The trip west (from New York to Los Angeles) seemed endless.

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