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9 mar. 2020

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https://youtu.be/UABAxa3W6aY?t=2298

"Jimmy, down the road a'ways, there's this old abandoned building."

Is [a'ways] another way of writing [always]? Like ['cause] instead of [because]?
Does that make sense? Is it proper English?
What exactly does [down the road a'ways] mean?

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"Jimmy, down the road a'ways, there's this old abandoned building."

Is [a'ways] another way of writing [always]? Like ['cause] instead of [because]?
Does that make sense? Is it proper English?
What exactly does [down the road a'ways] mean?
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