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I have a sentence:

I am fascinated by traveling, but I did not imagine that I could go to as far as America

Or

I am fascinated by traveling, but I did not imagine that I could go as far as America

  • You had "to to as far as America" in your first sentence, but I think that was just a typo. – stangdon Aug 8 '18 at 14:21
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Both "to" and "as far as" are prepositions.

I did not imagine that I could go to America

Ok.

I did not imagine that I could go as far as America

Ok.

You generally don't stack prepositions together. Imagine other examples such as "on", "under", "near". Would you say "under near the bed"? Not usually.

So, in this case use either "to" or "as far as", but not both of them.

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