SITE is a place where there is (was or will be) a building/park/town etc.
[Tweet “SITE is a place where there is a building/park/town etc.”]
- 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.
- Visit MyEnglishTeacher.eu’s site for more information. (website)
Difference Between Location, Position, Situation, Site and Place!
8 English Learning Websites You Need to Become Proficient in English
If a surface/area/object is divided by an imaginary central line, you will get two SIDES
[Tweet “If a surface/area/object is divided by an imaginary central line, you will get two SIDES”]
- 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.
List of Sentence Connectors in English with Examples!
65 Football Phrases and Idioms to Use in English