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    off one's sight

    Help me out on a question.

    I just said 'when they are off her sight'.
    I wonder if this is ok to say that.
    What i wanted to say is the time when they left and can't see her.
    Thanks for all ur help.

    Best,
    Jay

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    Re: off one's sight

    Quote Originally Posted by thirdrock View Post
    Help me out on a question.

    I just said 'when they are off her sight'.
    I wonder if this is OK to say that.
    What I wanted to say is the time when they left and can't see her.
    Thanks for all ur your help.

    Best,
    Jay
    "When they are out of her sight ..."
    "When they are out of sight ..."
    "Once she could no longer see them ..."

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