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    to be enjoying

    Are these sentences both correct?

    It seems that she is enjoying the concert.
    She seems to be enjoying the concert.

    thanks

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    Re: to be enjoying

    Quote Originally Posted by malta22 View Post
    Are these sentences both correct?

    It seems that she is enjoying the concert.
    She seems to be enjoying the concert.

    thanks
    Yes, they are both correct.

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