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    occupied the entire window,also is this sentence correct

    she occupied the entire window and was not ready to share with me while travelling in the bus

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    Re: occupied the entire window,also is this sentence correct

    I'm not sure how a person would "occupy the entire window" on a bus unless the person were extremely large. To sit in a "window seat" would mean that the person sat at the window and assuming that it was a two-seat row, the person occupying the "aisle seat" might not have the best view, but would have some view of the outside.

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    Re: occupied the entire window,also is this sentence correct

    They might block the window, but I agree with Billmcd; it's very hard to occupy a window on a bus.

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