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    5 miles ahead towards ?

    A student of mine came up with the following:

    "A road link 5 miles ahead towards Bangor would make more sense..."

    To me this sounds wrong, but is it?

    Which alternatives would you suggest?

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    Re: 5 miles ahead towards ?

    Please give context and complete sentence. It is very ambiguous to comment upon.

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