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26 Oct 12:21 AM

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Here's my point of view if the difference between "Sit down" And "Have a seat"

1- The latter is more polite and respectable.
2- Sit down usually means to sit at the same place.

3- Sit down just means that you are standing up and you do the oppsite by putting your body whole body on the ground.

4- Have a seat could mean "Sit down" when talking politely to people who we respect.

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