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    Default Is'when shall we be meeting again?' politer than 'when shall we meet again?'? Thanks

    1.Is'when shall we be meeting again?' politer than 'when shall we meet again?'?

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    Default Re: Is'when shall we be meeting again?' politer than 'when shall we meet again?'? Th

    No. There is no difference in politeness.

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    Default Re: Is'when shall we be meeting again?' politer than 'when shall we meet again?'? Th

    Are they totally the same?

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    I'd say the second is more colloquial.

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