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  1. B45
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    My friend says: I want to be a bartender. I say: I could see that/it as a good fi

    My friend says: I want to be a bartender.

    I say: I could see that/it as a good fit for you.

    Can that be said? What's the difference between using that and it here?

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    Re: My friend says: I want to be a bartender. I say: I could see that/it as a goo

    Both could be used. There is no difference in meaning. I prefer "that".

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