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I'm currently trying to translate from English into a foreign language. Unfortunately I can't find any way to translate "It's 50 km away, which is good because there's not much here", so if anybody has any alternative phrases to "which is good because", they'd be greatly appreciated - I'm hoping that alternative phrases may be easier to translate.

  • 'which has the advantage of', 'which has the benefits of'. – Christopher Apr 29 '15 at 18:21
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    What's 50km away? Is that considered close or far away? – amdn Apr 29 '15 at 18:58
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"It's 50 km away, thankfully, because there's not much here."

(Assuming that in context, 50 km is a relatively short distance, thus offering the speaker that which is not in abundance "here".)

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