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    #1

    Question "sight" or "view"

    Please tell me is there any difference between "sight" and"view" when using ??
    In this sentences, what should I use : "My aparment has a nice _____ to the gadern. "
    Thanks


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    #2

    Re: "sight" or "view"

    sight = the faculty of seeing

    view = something seen from a particular position.

    Which would you think fits the sentence?

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    #3

    Re: "sight" or "view"

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    sight = the faculty of seeing

    view = something seen from a particular position.

    Which would you think fits the sentence?
    Thank you.I think it should be used " view" in this sentences.


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