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Sight vs. site #1 (permalink) Fri Nov 19, 2004 9:19 am   Sight vs. site
 

Test No. errors/inter-16 "Sleep well (2)", question 1

Then her manager moved her to the bedding department and the site of all those beds made her feel sleepier still.

(a) moved
(b) site
(c) sleepier

Test No. errors/inter-16 "Sleep well (2)", answer 1

Then her manager moved her to the bedding department and the sight of all those beds made her feel sleepier still.

Correct entry: sight
The error was: (b) site

You have not found the error.
Then her manager moved her to the bedding department and the site of all those beds made her feel sleepier still.
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Why word Site doesn't fit in here?
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Sight vs. site #2 (permalink) Fri Nov 19, 2004 17:17 pm   Sight vs. site
 

The word site is a place (as in website, building site etc.) and sight means the look or the appearance of something.

Now, look at the sentences again:
When she saw the beds she became tired - the sight of the beds made her sleepier.

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