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# Which one is correct? A)There is a long way to the station.

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11 Jan 2010, 23:51
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Which one is correct?

A)There is a long way to the station.
2)It is a long way to the station.

I think both of the could be correct, but which one should we choose as a correct one?

Thanks XXXXXXX

Kudos [?]: 78 [0], given: 52

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12 Jan 2010, 08:15
amirdubai1982 wrote:
Which one is correct?

A)There is a long way to the station.
2)It is a long way to the station.

I think both of the could be correct, but which one should we choose as a correct one?

Thanks XXXXXXX

I think it depends on the context

1. There is a long way to the station and a short way to the station.
2. It is a long way to the station.

Both mean different things.

Kudos [?]: 295 [0], given: 31

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