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    #1

    near there

    Hi, is it ok to say

    I must go IN Park road. There ia a chemist's NEAR THERE



    THANKS
    Rip

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    Re: near there

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley View Post
    Hi, is it ok to say

    I must go IN Park road. There is a chemist's NEAR THERE



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    Rip
    "I must go to Park Road." The rest is OK.

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    Re: near there

    Hi Raymott, could I say I must go INTO park road

    ?

    I immagine i am on my moped....
    Thanks Rip

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    Re: near there

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley View Post
    Hi Raymott, could I say I must go INTO park road

    ?

    I immagine i am on my moped....
    Thanks Rip
    Yes, you can say that. It's more common to say "I have to go to Park Road"
    or "along PR", or up, or down PR. But you won't be misunderstood if you say "into".

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