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16 August

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I settled her on the sofa and put a blanket over her.
She settled her child in a chair.

In these two cases, can we just say:

I put her on the sofa and put a blanket over her.

She put her child in a chair.

If we can interchange settle and put like this, what's the difference between the sentences.

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I settled her on the sofa and put a blanket over her.
She settled her child in a chair. 

In these two cases, can we just say:

I put her on the sofa and put a blanket over her.

She put her child in a chair. 

If we can interchange settle and put like this, what's the difference between the sentences.
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