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    walk behind vs walk from behind

    1) I walked behind the Great Mall to get to the theatre faster.
    2) I walked across behind the Great Mall to get to the theatre faster.
    3) I walked from behind the Great Mall to get to the theatre faster.


    Can someone please tell me if the above sentences are correct and mean the same thing?


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    Re: walk behind vs walk from behind

    Quote Originally Posted by daemon99 View Post
    1) I walked behind the Great Mall to get to the theatre faster.
    2) I walked across behind the Great Mall to get to the theatre faster.
    3) I walked from behind the Great Mall to get to the theatre faster.

    Can someone please tell me if the above sentences are correct and mean the same thing?
    Only the first one makes sense to me.

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