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    Cool difference between 2 words

    my boss asked me what the difference is between the words "seating" and "sitting" could you please help me?


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    Re: difference between 2 words

    "seating" [noun[ = seats that are provided in a place [ie, a cinema, theatre, public transport] or the plan for where people will sit at an event.

    "sitting" [verb] is the participle of "sit"

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