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Does this sentence look natural to native speaker? Is there any other better way to rephrase this sentence. I feel my sentence is a Little redundant

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Repetition like this very rarely looks/sounds right in prose, and even in poetry and song only the sounds normally repeat, rather than specific words.

I would probably write this as: [Specific people] can see how people from different places live their lives ... Where the square brackets might be Londoners, Southerners, Foreigners or something appropriate to your specific scenario.

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    Shouldn't it be compare them (other people's lives)? Apr 20, 2020 at 15:04
  • @KateBunting Yes, you are right - I missed that bit. Could easily still have been it if the first half had been re-written differently of course.
    – MikeB
    Apr 21, 2020 at 8:27
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You could substitute people from different place with an appropriate term like foreigner or outsider.

People can compare the lifestyle with their counterparts whom they consider foreign or strange.

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  • Thanks a lot!!!
    – Sunnnan
    Apr 21, 2020 at 1:58

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