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    regard as

    Please check out the following sentence.

    Some people regard the media as the source of social disorder; however, others may regard it as a reflection of a variety of point view.

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    Re: regard as

    '. . .a variety of points of view.'

    (I think.)

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    Re: regard as

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    '. . .a variety of points of view.'

    (I think.)

    Rover

    The articles read a little wonky to me. Of course you can use either "the variety" or "a variety". Also you can use "a reflection" or "the reflection".


    Some people regard the media as the source of social disorder; however, others may regard it as a reflection of a variety of points of view.

    This reads to me as having two different registers.

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