on/at the other side

M. Shelley

Senior Member
Spanish from Spain
Hi.

- The houses are across the lake.
- The houses are over the lake.
- The houses are on/at the other side of the lake.

I think all the sentences mean the same. But, in the third sentence which preposition is the correct one?
 
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  • SPQR

    Senior Member
    US
    American English
    - The houses are across the lake.
    - The houses are over the lake.
    - The houses are on the other side of the lake.
     
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