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This sentence sounds unnatural for me

You have to see another boy's life

Is the writer telling me to put myself in other people's shoes? like looking at the boy's perspective or something?

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The sentence as given is not grammatical, and it's not clear what the intended meaning is. The following are possible meanings:


You have to see it from a boy's point of view.

You have to see it from a boy's perspective.

You have to see it from the perspective of a boy.

You have to interpret it based on a boy's life.

You have to interpret it based on the life a boy lives.

Have a look at definition 9 here. 8b also.

http://learnersdictionary.com/definition/see