Sight vs Site
Rule
Sight vs Site
  1. Sight is a NOUN = To have the ability and power to see.
  2. “Poor animal has lost his sight.”
  3. Site is a NOUN = Refers to an area of ground on which a town or a new building is constructed.
  4. “The house is built on a wet site.”
Check yourself
  1. 1.
    The old lady has bad eye _________. She cannot read.
    Response options:
    • sight
    • site
  2. 2.
    We drove up to the _________ to look at the new houses.
    Response options:
    • site
    • sight
  3. 3.
    I am really afraid of losing my _________.
    Response options:
    • site
    • sight
  4. 4.
    Have they chosen a __________ for the new pre-school?
    Response options:
    • site
    • sight
  5. 5.
    It was love at first ___________.
    Response options:
    • site
    • sight
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