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    Usage of in front of

    1) As the way behind the Great Mall was blocked, I walked from in front of it to reach the theatre.
    2) As the way behind the Great Mall was blocked, I walked across in front of it to reach the theatre.


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

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    Re: Usage of in front of

    Hi daemon99


    • As the way behind the Great Mall was blocked, I walked in front of it to reach the theatre.

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    Re: Usage of in front of

    Thanks a lot, Soup!

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