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Hello,

At the moment I have two doubts and would like to share them with you. Someone wrote...

a) She is speaking about the different ways to get to Orlando and says "The other way that you can get to Orlando, that is quicker, is the way I did". Then she continues....It might be correct, but I am not sure... Could you help me?

b) If you want to go to some place to so some sports you can .......

Thank you in advance!

Soprano
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SopranoThe other Another way that you can get to Orlando, that is quicker, is the way I did.
No commas -- otherwise OK.

Alternately,
A quicker way (that) you can get to Orlando is the way I did.
Another way (that) you can get to Orlando, which is quicker, is the way I did.
The other way (that) you can get to Orlando, which is quicker, is the way I did.

CJ
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someplace. One word. It's the same as somewhere, but more casual in style.

CJ
Thank you very much!!!

So if "someplace" is "somewhere", it would be wrong to say....If you want to go to someplace to do some sports.... You have to say: If you want to go someplace to do sports....

Am I right?

Thanks again.
If you want to go to someplace to do some sports....
If you want to go someplace to do sports....

Both of those are OK, but the second one sounds better to my ear. Or even better, go someplace to play [baseball / basketball / ...], mentioning the specific game.

CJ
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Thank you CalifJim!