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    Hi teachers
    If I want to say somebody who can't see very well due to medical problem in his eyes, which of the following is correct?

    1. He is partially blind.
    2. He is impaired in seeing.
    3. He is partial sighted.

    thanks

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    Re: phrase

    'Visually impaired' is the term I hear used nowadays.


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    Re: phrase

    Thank you for your answer!

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