Far and a long way

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Far is used to indicate distance in space or time. It is most common in questions and negative clauses.

In affirmative clauses we usually prefer a long way.

Far in affirmative clauses

Far is normal in affirmative clauses with too, enough, as and so.

Far is also used in all kinds of clauses to modify comparatives, superlatives and too.

See Also

Fairly, quite, rather and pretty
Far
Farther and further
Feel
Few and little
Finally, at last, in the end and at the end
Finished: difference between I'm finished and I've finished
Fit and suit: difference
For
From

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