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  1. sara88's Avatar

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    sensible

    Hello

    1)I wonder what's the relationship between sensible and feeling safe in this example:
    First, sensible means having an awarness of something or level headed.

    Setence:
    My friend is very sensible. I'm glad we are studying together overseas as I feel quite safe.

    2)What's the diffrence between a sensible person and a sensitive one?

    Thanks in advance.

  2. bhaisahab's Avatar
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    Re: sensible

    Quote Originally Posted by sara88 View Post
    Hello

    1)I wonder what's the relationship between sensible and feeling safe in this example:
    First, sensible means having an awarness of something or level headed.

    Setence:
    My friend is very sensible. I'm glad we are studying together overseas as I feel quite safe.

    2)What's the diffrence between a sensible person and a sensitive one?

    Thanks in advance.
    Sensible in English means, as you have said, level headed, so one could feel safe with someone who is sensible. Sensitive in English means the same as sensible in French.

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