How to say right, "A long way off" or "A long way from"?
No, not always. You could say:Thanks.
When I talk about distances in space, that something is far from me, have I always got to use "from" rather than "off"?
No, not always. You could say:
The ship was ten miles off of the African coast.
The distance between where I am and Chicago is 1,200 miles.
Have I got you right that I can say something like "China is a long way off." but I can't say "China is a long way off Brazil.", I have to say either "China is a long way from Brazil." or "China is a long way off of Brazil."?