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I don't understand "off to the right" in this sentence I enter a thicket of trees off to the right of the truck. Thank you in advance!
Sep 22, 2012 4:31 AM
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off to the right of the truck = the position of the trees in relation to the truck. It is really that simple. off = away It means there is some distance between the truck and the trees. Thus your sentence: "I enter a thicket of trees off to the right of the truck." = I got out of the turck and the trees were at some distance from the truck.
September 22, 2012
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