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Hi,
What's the difference between "See it yourself" and "See it for yourself" ? Google shows both expressions are popular. What I want to say is: don't take our word on it, click here, to see it yourself/for yourself.
Which one should I use?
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Hi,

What's the difference between "See it yourself" and "See it for yourself" ? Google shows both expressions are popular. What I want to say is: don't take our word on it, click here, to see it yourself/for yourself.

There's not a lot of difference here.

Generally speaking, 'See it for yourself' suggests 'Look at it yourself to make sure that what people are telling you about it is accurate'.

In your example, 'Don't take our word on it' conveys the same message.

Best wishes, Clive
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"See it for yourself" [means to me: see it on your behalf, for your benefit. In the end, about the same meaning.
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Thanks Clive!
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See it for yourself if im beautiful