district A is bordered with district B in/to the south?

Camlearner

Senior Member
Khmer
Hi

Should I write:

district A is bordered with district B in/to the south?

or

district A borders in/to the south with district B ?

which one is correct?

Thank yuo
 
  • Camlearner

    Senior Member
    Khmer
    Ah sorry..
    Here now let me re-ask:

    Among this 2 sentences:
    district A borders in/to the south with district B
    district A is bordered with district B in/to the south

    I think I should write below because I used to see it somewhere but I'm not sure.
    district A is bordered with district B (in/to??) the south

    Can you help which one is correct?

    Thank you
     

    Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    District A is bordered by District B to the south.
    District A is bordered to the south by District B.


    I capitalized "District" for visual and personal reasons -- you would decide on uppercase or lowercase depending on how they were normally used, for example on a map.
     

    Camlearner

    Senior Member
    Khmer
    Thank you Copyright and Fabulist.

    Can we also say: District A is bordered with or borders District B to the south. ??
     
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