There are internet wires throughout the entire area.

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1) There are internet wires throughout the entire area.

2) There are internet wires across the entire area.


Please check my sentences.
 

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Something like this? (Courtesy of Google Images search)

wires.jpg
 

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Wires are run from one place to another. In this case, they're attached to poles, running above the heads of people on the streets.

I tried to paste in a picture of some tangles of wiring from Vietnam, but the forum's image-upload system defeated me.

So can we say "A wire runs from one place to another on the ground" or "A wire runs from one building to another overhead" or "A wire runs from my room to other room 'inside the wall' or 'through the wall'"?
 

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So can we say "A wire runs from one place to another on the ground" or "A wire runs from one building to another overhead" or "A wire runs from my room to other room 'inside the wall' or 'through the wall'"?

Yes, you can.
 
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