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Are these OK? I moved some things in the room. If ask someone; Do you see a difference? / Do you see any difference? Do you feel a difference? / Do you feel any difference?
25 окт. 2016 г., 20:38
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They are all correct, but the meanings are slightly different. Do you see a difference? / Do you see any difference? ***These are the same as each other, and are asking if the listener can actually notice any difference in how the room is arranged. The listener could answer "Yes, I see you have moved the sofa". You could also ask "Do you notice anything different? *** Do you feel a difference? / Do you feel any difference? ***These tow are the same as each other, but also ask about how the changes make the listener feel. So the listener could answer "It doesn't seem as cheerful at it did before" )
25 октября 2016 г.
They're all correct. They imply the same thing.
25 октября 2016 г.
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