If you can't go to an English-speaking country to study, perhaps you can find an English native speaker living nearby that can help you learn English.
I wish to know a landmark nearby so I can find my way there.
1. Whoever attacked them could still be nearby. / 2. I can show you an excellent place quite nearby.
We could hear the donnnng ... donnnng of the church bells nearby.
When Yoko and I heard the sirens stop nearby, we quickly decided to go check it out.
The rent can be a bit expensive, but something nearby would be best.
If you frequently spit-up blood you should call an ambulance or have a nearby physician make a house call.
This house is nearby, it has two bedrooms and a living room, and the decoration isn't bad; it's 1500 a month.
A nearby town even considered becoming part of the neighboring state. They really just wanted lower taxes.
Researchers at the Gorilla Foundation have to spell out words like "c-a-n-d-y" and "g-u-m" when Koko is nearby.
Shimamura, while he was in the inn's entrance, looked at the nearby mountain bathed in the strong smell of fresh leaves and went to climb the mountain as if drawn by this smell.
We knocked on the door of a nearby house and told what had happened.
We often play football in the nearby park, which is only five minutes' walk from our house.
1. Maybe she is somewhere nearby you. / 2. I rode my bike over to a cemetery nearby.