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Sitting vs. Siting: What’s the Difference?

Old 06-03-2024, 09:25 PM
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Default Sitting vs. Siting: What’s the Difference?

"Sitting" and "siting" are often confused due to their similar pronunciation, but they have distinct meanings. "Sitting" refers to the act of being seated or the period during which someone is seated. For instance, "She was sitting in the chair by the window." On the other hand, "siting" involves selecting a location for a building or other structures, as in "The committee is responsible for siting the new hospital." Understanding the difference between these words is crucial for clear communication through siting or sitting, especially in writing, where context alone might not clarify the intended meaning.
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