For the term, change of scenery, the exercise used, "le dépaysement" with un changement de décor used as alternative. I was wondering just what the distinction or nuance in the 2 terms is. Please explain when you would use one over the other. Thanks.
Freeform Writing Exercise B2
"Dépaysement" is a "stronger" than "changement de décor", which is a bit more neutral. They are both synonyms and you can use either of them when meaning "a change of scenery".
I hope this is helpful.
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