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difference between the use of site and place #1 (permalink) Wed Aug 22, 2007 18:22 pm   difference between the use of site and place
 

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ESL/EFL Test #59 "Venues", question 7

After a great deal of discussion a ......... was eventually found, which seemed to be what was wanted.

(a) sight
(b) site
(c) seat
(d) sighting

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #59 "Venues", answer 7

After a great deal of discussion a site was eventually found, which seemed to be what was wanted.

Correct answer: (b) site

Your answer was: correct
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Hi, is there a difference between the use of site and place? Can they replace each other?
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difference between the use of site and place #2 (permalink) Wed Sep 05, 2007 10:16 am   difference between the use of site and place
 

While a site is a place, the former is more specific:

site

place
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difference between the use of site and place #3 (permalink) Mon Sep 24, 2012 5:44 am   difference between the use of site and place
 

Hello teachers,

So, what is the main difference between the 'site' and the word 'place'?

Would the second one be suitable here or not?

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