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Are both sentences OK? Put it as far away from me as you can. (something I don't like) I'm told it's beneficial to heart. (food etc.)
Aug 27, 2018 10:43 PM
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"Put it as far away from me as you can." This depends on the specific object and situation. This phrase would be used for a smaller object that can be moved by hand. Another phrase "Get it as far away from me as you can." is more general. Use "I'm told its good/beneficial for the heart." "Good" is more common in regular speech. "Beneficial" is more formal.
August 27, 2018
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