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    Question help me !

    please tell me the difference between about "sence" and "sight "when using ?
    Last edited by thanhthanh.esl; 11-Dec-2007 at 15:22.


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    #2

    Re: help me !

    Sight [the action of seeing with your eyes] is one of the five senses.
    The other senses are: Touch; Hearing; Smell; Taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Sight [the action of seeing with your eyes] is one of the five senses.
    The other senses are: Touch; Hearing; Smell; Taste.
    more details, please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Sight [the action of seeing with your eyes] is one of the five senses.
    The other senses are: Touch; Hearing; Smell; Taste.
    what about" sence" ?


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    #5

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    What more details do you need?

    Sence is incorrect - "Sense" is the word.

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    #6

    Re: help me !

    the difference of " scene", "view", "sight"


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    #7

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    This is a very different matter.

    Without context, I think you are looking at three words describing what can be seen:

    A view = a sight or prospect from a particular position, typically an appealing one

    There is a wonderful view from my balcony.

    A scene = a view or landscape as seen by a spectator

    The scene was so peaceful with a blue sky and lovely flowers.

    A sight = a thing that one sees or that can be seen

    We are going to visit the sights of London like the Tower and Big Ben.

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    #8

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    [quote=Anglika;236215]This is a very different matter.
    yeah, thanks 4 ur help.
    I'm Vietnamese people, my English is so bad.Do u mind helping me improve my El by giving me explainations to my problems about El ?
    Thanks for ur explanation a lot


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    Re: help me !

    [quote=thanhthanh.esl;236268]
    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    This is a very different matter.
    yeah, thanks 4 ur help.
    I'm Vietnamese people, my English is so bad.Do u mind helping me improve my El by giving me explainations to my problems about El ?
    Thanks for ur explanation a lot

    I am very happy to help.

    However, you must first learn not to use contractions when posting in the forums - thanks for your help/Do you mind/English language/your explanation. I know it takes a little longer, but it will all help you with learning your English.

    note - I am a Vietnamese person. [people = more than one person]

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    When we use " famous for (something )"? " famous with" and " famous of "?
    and "die for..." , " die by.." and " die from..." , "die of ..." and "die in"
    It's a big question to me, please help me!

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