these things change the way the school is viewed

  • emeline_38

    Senior Member
    France Français
    Is there any context ?
    what are the "choses"?

    on a grammatical point of view the first one is correct exept changent ( it is plural "les choses" ) but the second one doesn't mean the same : the scholl is seing herself in your second proposition.

    but you can say ces choses changent la façon dont l'école est vue / est perçue

    Personnaly i prefer the first one

    hope it helps ( sorry i'm french and i have some difficulties to express myself in english hope it's clear)

     

    Suehil

    Medemod
    British English
    Petiteanglaise, what is your original sentence? Is it 'those things change the way to see the school?' 'these things change the way the school is perceived'? or something else? It does make a difference to the quality of the answers you get if we know exactly what it is you want to say.
     

    petiteanglaise

    Member
    England, English
    these things change the way the school is viewed (ie the opinion of the school) i have changed the word 'things' to 'aspects'
     
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