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    #1

    by choice

    1-You don't see much of them and it is by choice.
    2-By choice, you don't see much of them.

    Can we tell 'whose choice' we are talking about? Your choice or their choice?

    I think we can't tell.

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    #2

    Re: by choice

    1-You don't see much of them and it is by choice.
    2-By choice, you don't see much of them.


    navi.
    I would assume in both cases that the choice was yours.
    The alternative would normally be specified:
    1-You don't see much of them, and it's by their choice.
    2-By their choice, you don't see much of them.

    not a teacher

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