"Close to" should be accepted here too: "The hotel is not close to the market."
That hotel is not near to the market.
We should be able to use everyday phrases. This is conversation language.
Duo Lingo please have a look here.
Do you really say "near to"? What soiciolect is that?
We say it all the time in Canadian English
The hotel is not near the market shd be correct
Agree. The software misses some very common synonyms, incl mixing a, the, or no article at all.
I said "the hotel is nit by the market" but I don't know if I was marked wrong for the "by" or the "the"
Doing it again seems to indicate that "by" is not accepted
Why is 'that hotel is not near markets' not acceptable? In English, that would be a valid usage.