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Across / Through / Over

I went across the street over the bridge and through the tunnel.

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Above / Over

He has a small house on a cliff above the ocean.
The police put a sheet over the body.
We drove over a long bridge.

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"Over" used with a quantity means more than.

I've been studying English for over ten years and I'm still a long way from ever becoming fluent.

"Be over" means to be finished.

When the match was over we went to the bar to celebrate.

"Over and Over" means "again and again" - to do something repeatedly.

You have to practice this expression over and over if you want to learn it.


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