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Are these sentences ok? We are at an equal distance to everyone. We'll be at an equal distance to everyone. We'll be at the same distance to everyone.
Oct 11, 2012 2:40 AM
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The sentences don't make any sense at all. What exactly are you trying to say? Are you referring to an emotional distance - impartiality -, or are you referring to a physical distance? Impartiality: We KEEP an equal distance to everyone. Physical: Each point is equidistant from every other point. But what are you trying to say? BTW, who is keeping distance from who?
October 11, 2012
We are at an equal distance FROM everyone (else). We'll be at an equal distance FROM everyone (else). We'll be at the same distance FROM everyone (else). also: We'll all be the same distance apart We'll all be the same distance away from each other ( it is not as common, but there is also a single-word adjective: equidistant. "we are equidistant from everyone")
October 11, 2012
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