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    Can I leave out the final part? view/vision

    Hello everyone
    I'd like to ask if I can leave out the final part of the following sentence:

    She shared her view of the issues raised in the discussion.

    Can I say simply "She shared her view of the issues raised/raised issues"?

    And what word is more appropriate in this context -- view or vision?

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    Re: Can I leave out the final part? view/vision

    Yes, or you can say

    She shared her view of the discussion issues.

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