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could you please check the following sentence?
"He seems to have come to known all about it."
please explain how to say this correctly.
Thank you very much for your reply.Should I say "know" or "Known"(P.P.) as in the following sentence?
"He seems to have gone there"
"He seems to have known that" is correct.
Sorry Anglika, I am a bit confused about the difference between "He seems to have known that" and "He seems to have come to know" shouldn’t I use "come"?
Without knowing the context, it is hard to say which to use.
He seems to have known that = It appears that he already knew about something
He seems to have come to know about that = it appears that he has heard / learned about something.
Thank you very much for your reply,this is exactly what I wanted to know.
It's really a great help to me.
Thanks once again,
Just a quick note about the use of the past participle, which I guess hsb was a bit confused about.
He seems to have known (PP) that
He seems to have come (PP) to know that
Not a teacher BTW.
Thanks a lot,You are right,I was confused about exactly this.Could you please give me some other examples of this type?