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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FARTHEST AND FURTHER

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    "Farther, farthest" usually is used when you are referring to physical distances ... miles, yards, inches, etc.

    "Further, furthest" usually is used when you are referring to abstract ideas, not physical distances.

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