SITE is a place where there is (was or will be) a building/park/town etc.
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- Have they chosen a site for the new park?
- Have you ever worked on a construction site?
- I love giving on-site lessons. That way I get to see my students’ workplace.
It may also refer to a place which is used for something or where something happened:
- I adore the camping sites in Tuscany. They all have magnificent views.
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If a surface/area/object is divided by an imaginary central line, you will get two SIDES
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- Which side of your brain do you use more?
- He lives on the west side of Detroit.
- I crossed the road, but my dog stayed on the other side.
SIDE also means ‘edge’:
- She was sitting on the side of the bed and reading a story to the kids.
Or a SURFACE that is not the top or the bottom of something:
- Fry the fillet on both sides for five minutes.
- Don’t write the address on the side of the parcel. Write it on the top.