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Please, take a look at the map, here: https://ielts-simon.com/ielts-help-and-english-pr/ielts-writing-task-1/page/2/

I want to combine these two sentence:

1- At the junction of Hospital Road and Ring Road, a roundabout was created.
2- At the junction of Hospital Road and City Road, a roundabout was created.

I am not sure, may it be right?

For each of the junction between Hospital Road with Ring Road and City Road, a roundabout was created.

  • Your sentence presumes that all three intersect at one roundabout. The two sentences only state that there is a roundabout at one intersection and a a roundabout at another intersection, which may, or may not, be identical. Could be two separate roundabouts. You do not have sufficient information to state otherwise! – DrMoishe Pippik Jul 3 at 22:36
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Two roundabouts were created on Hospital Road, one at Ring Road and one at City Road.

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