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    across and over

    They went up the CN tower and looked across the lake.

    They sat in a restaurant and looked over the St Lawrence River.

    Are "across" and "over" the same in this situation?

    If not, what do they mean respectively?

    thanks!

    Jason

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    Re: across and over

    Quote Originally Posted by jasonlulu_2000 View Post
    They went up the CN tower and looked across the lake. They saw the other side.

    They sat in a restaurant and looked over the St Lawrence River. They looked down on the river.

    Are "across" and "over" the same in this situation?

    If not, what do they mean respectively?

    Thanks!

    Jason
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