"from" vs. "of"
I believe this sentence should be changed to one of the following:
...located within two hours of Auburn. OR ...located two hours from Auburn.
I'm not sure why I think this. Maybe the sentence is okay as it is?
All input is greatly appreciated.
Both larger airports are located within two hours from Auburn.
I agree too but simply wanted to correct a typo in lreiman's answer: it should be located within two hours of Auburn. Also to suggest that, unless both airports are the exact same distance, two hours, from Auburn, the 'within two hours of Auburn' phrase makes the most sense in this context.
|link comment||answered Jan 14 at 16:56 Shawn Mooney Expert|
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