share your points of view in terms of

sunnyweather

Senior Member
Polish
I would like to ask you about a sentence that comes from a report about making the library more popular with teenagers. It was written by a Polish person and I wonder if you find it correct. The sentence I want to ask about is underlined.

One idea is to employ younger staff in the library. Teenagers would appreciate it if they were given the chance of talking to a person of similar age. Younger librarians might share young readers' points of view in terms of books / might have the same points of view about the types of books which they preferred to read.

I'd probably put it in a simpler way:

Younger librarians might share young readers' taste in books. What do you think?
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    I much prefer your version, SW. The other versions tell me the same thing, but they are wordy and a little awkward.
     
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