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1. The bakery is inbetween the school and the bookstore.

2. The bakery is between the school and the bookstore.

(Are both the same and grammatical?)

3. The post office is across from the convenience store.

4. The post office is opposite the convenience store.


5. The post office is opposite from the convenience store.
(Are the three all the same and grammatical?)

  • English -

    1. no

    2. yes

    3. yes

    4. OK

    5. OK

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