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    vision or envision...or are they the same

    While talking with my girlfriend about dancing. I said "Just vision your mother dancing at the club"

    she replied it's envision not vision.....

    So please tell me which is the correct grammar for the above statement..


    thank you

    labatory@gmail.com

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    Re: vision or envision...or are they the same

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    While talking with my girlfriend about dancing. I said "Just vision your mother dancing at the club"

    she replied it's envision not vision.....

    So please tell me which is the correct grammar for the above statement..


    thank you

    labatory@gmail.com
    Vision is a noun. Envision is the verb meaning 'to imagine something'.

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