move/get around cities

helenpain

New Member
Russian
I want to say "I always have a hard time moving around/getting around cities I haven't been to". Are both ok? Is there any difference with these sentences?
 
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  • dojibear

    Senior Member
    English - Northeast US
    Welcome to the forum, helenpain!

    Thanks for the example sentence.
    I would say "getting around cities"
    I would say "moving around in cities"

    Those have the same meaning, to me.
     
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