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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? Places to visit NYC
A: I dont live in new York, but I recommend Brooklyn and central park

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Q: Can you explain this?: "Places that don't believe in magic seem to burn far fewer witches."
I don't understand why.

For context:
Person1: I would say they might burn her at the stake as a witch, but I guess magic canonically exists in this world so that’s not too big of a worry

Person2: there's still a chance since technically, the only reason our world burned witches was because magic was canon in their favorite book. Places that dont believe in magic seem to burn far fewer witches.

Person3: That’s fairly true, in our world I guess it was about doing the “right kind” of magic. To be fair though, it seems like it’d be a little bit less of an issue where magic seems to be widely accepted as something many people can do (as opposed to an exclusive thing bestowed upon specific people by some higher being). Most places in antiquity believed in some form of magic or another, but it was more about the attitude and perception of “magic” than anything else, which shouldn’t be much of an issue in this world
A: "Places that don't believe in magic seem to burn far fewer witches."

seem to = appear to; apparently

Based on the context you've given, it sounds like there are some places where people do believe in magic, and places where people don't.

If you don't really believe in magic, i.e. that magic exists, it makes sense that you are less likely to believe in witches, or that witches exist.

So, a place that does NOT believe in magic, and therefore presumably also is less likely to believe in witches (women who practise magic), is less likely to accuse people of doing magic / performing witchcraft and therefore far less likely to burn witches.

On the other hand, places that DO believe in magic presumably burn far MORE witches, because they believe in magic, that it is not a force for good and that people who practise it (or who are believed to practise it) should be burned. So, witches are more likely to be burned there, because people are far more likely to believe that witches exist.

Does that help?
Q: Can you explain this?: "Places that don't believe in magic seem to burn far fewer witches."
I don't understand why.

For context:
Person1: I would say they might burn her at the stake as a witch, but I guess magic canonically exists in this world so that’s not too big of a worry

Person2: there's still a chance since technically, the only reason our world burned witches was because magic was canon in their favorite book. Places that dont believe in magic seem to burn far fewer witches.

Person3: That’s fairly true, in our world I guess it was about doing the “right kind” of magic. To be fair though, it seems like it’d be a little bit less of an issue where magic seems to be widely accepted as something many people can do (as opposed to an exclusive thing bestowed upon specific people by some higher being). Most places in antiquity believed in some form of magic or another, but it was more about the attitude and perception of “magic” than anything else, which shouldn’t be much of an issue in this world
A: if a place dont believe in magic then they would also not believe in witches, because witches can use magic. so those who dont believe magic doesnt also believe witches so they wouldnt burn suspect anyone to be a witch
Q: Places are limited, so make sure you sign up sooner. soa natural?
A: “Places are limited, so make sure you sign up sooner rather than later.”

you could use just ‘soon’ but it would still be alittle odd - using ‘quickly’ or ‘right away’ instead of ‘soon’ would be better.

Also depending on what it is, saying ‘seats’, ‘space’, or ‘room’ could be much better that ‘places’
Q: Places like shopping malls have higher risks for infection. soa natural?
A: Sounds good😊
Q: When do we use at, in, on?
(Places and exceptions)
A: We will meet you at the restaurant.
Please stay in the house, it's dangerous.
Don't jump on that, you'll fall.

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