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Reply to "rivers in the USA vs rivers of the USA"

Well, Alexey, I think there is little, if any, real difference in meaning between those two sentences. However, I do find "The rivers in the USA are beautiful" (compare: "The rivers there/here are beautiful") more natural than "The rivers of the USA are beautiful" (compare: "American rivers are beautiful").

Last edited by David, Moderator
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