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It's a way to find your way through this city.

Is this sentence grammatically correct, and why or why not?

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  • It doesn't read well, but I don't see anything grammatically incorrect about it. – Aaron Apr 30 '18 at 5:05
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Grammatically no problem, but the doubling "way"s are annoying, isn't it. I would say "It's a way to navigate the city".

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