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    only one short sentence to comment on..

    Hi, I wanted to ask if the word "aspects" is correct in this sentence:

    "The picture should show the university from the best aspects"
    I'd use from the best side/point...what do you think?

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    Re: only one short sentence to comment on..

    Quote Originally Posted by looker View Post
    Hi, I wanted to ask if the word "aspects" is correct in this sentence:

    "The picture should show the university from the best aspects"
    I'd use from the best side/point...what do you think?
    "The picture should show the university from the best aspect".
    If you're only taking one photo you'd want to show its best-looking aspect.

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