Tourist attractions, sightseeing spot

Emi2016

New Member
Japanese-Japan
Hello, this time I want you to tell me a difference between tourist attractions, sightseeing spot and other words which mean "famous place to visit for visitors".
I'm 22 years old and want to use these words to my friends(informal situation)
which words is the most preferred?
 
  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    Welcome to the forum, Emi2016!

    Please give us the complete sentence in which you would use the phrase, with some context, so we can help you decide which phrase is best for the situation.
     

    Emi2016

    New Member
    Japanese-Japan
    Okay=)
    i want to write the sentence below in an e-mail to my friend.
    'Because my lab wasn't so busy, I could visit some tourist atractions/sightseeing spots during my stay in Paris.'


    If there are any other mistakes, please let me know. Thank you.
     

    DiogoBem

    New Member
    Portuguese
    Hi Amy,

    I'm not a native speaker, but I would only say:
    ..I could visit some tourist attractions during my stay in Paris. OR
    ..I could visit some sights during my stay in Paris.

    I also see no need to repeat the word "spot"

    I, personally, would also change the could to "was able to visit" or simply, "visited".
     
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