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In the context of tourism, most people go to see the sights.
In the context of archaeological digs, researchers go to see the sites.
This will be the site of the new stadium -Site is a location. Being on site = being on location.
From the sound perspective, they are nearly identical so it will depend on how it is used in a context
from which then the listener can distinguish which one it is.
People are waiting to help.
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