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along the shore beyond... What exactly does "along the shore beyond" mean? "Along the shore beyond, especially to the north, there are many historic wooden summer residences."
Sep 29, 2019 10:43 AM
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"Along the shore beyond, especially to the north, there are many historic wooden summer residences." It can mean a few things ... it depends on the preceding context. My first guess would be the writer had been speaking of some location/area (town, physical landmark, road etc) and when he says 'beyond' he is saying 'beyond this road/town/landmark' that is being talked about. ie "Along the shore beyond this area, especially to the north, there are many historic wooden summer residences."
September 29, 2019
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