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Is the phrase "along the way" or "in passing"? Example sentence:

Mark didn't know why Marta had gone to that strange place. It didn't/wasn't __ her university to her house.

  • Another way could be to say, "It wasn't on the way for her between her university and her house." – Teacher KSHuang Mar 17 '17 at 8:06
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I'd suggest using en route:

Mark didn't know why Marta had gone to that strange place. It wasn't en route to her university or to her house.

En route is defined by The Free Dictionary as:

on or along the way; on the road

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