Which should I use: 'near of' or 'near'?
Can I use both?
For example:

"I live near of the river."
"I live near the river."

Are they grammatically correct?
Is there any difference between them?

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    The second one. As far as I know, near is a preposition here, so you don't need another preposition (of). – Void Jan 7 at 7:42
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    The first one is not grammatically correct. Forget it. – Kate Bunting Jan 7 at 9:25

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