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    #1

    Usage of behind, opposite, beside

    Can someone please tell me which of the following sentences are natural?

    1) This shop has been shifted to behind City Center Mall.
    2) This shop has been shifted behind City Center Mall.

    3) This shop has been shifted to opposite City Center Mall.
    4) This shop has been shifted opposite City Center Mall.

    5) This shop has been shifted to the side of City Center Mall.
    6) This shop has been shifted to beside City Center Mall.
    7) This shop has been shifted beside City Center Mall.

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    #2

    Re: Usage of behind, opposite, beside

    is it possible to say "the shop has moved to"?


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    #3

    Re: Usage of behind, opposite, beside

    This shop has been relocated to behind/opposite City Center Mall.

    This shop has relocated behind/opposite City Center Mall.

    This shop has moved to behind/opposite City Center Mall.



    This shop has relocated next to City Center Mall.

    This shop has moved next to City Center Mall.

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