Difference between revisions of "Near"
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- "The library is nearer to my house than the supermarket, but the post office is the nearest building to my house."
The particle to may be omitted:
- "The library is near my house."
This is a grammatical rule that's probably unimportant for English language learners as this exception can be safely ignored as "near to" = "near".