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    "Pinto, who will be seen next in Woddy Allen's You will meet."

    I'm little confused in above sentence. As per rule will be+verb+ing is used.

    Please help me.

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    Re: Question about grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by Gaurav_2010 View Post
    Greeting Everyone :)

    "Pinto, who will be seen next in Woddy Allen's You will meet."

    I'm little confused in above sentence. As per rule will be+verb+ing is used.

    Please help me.
    Pinto, who will be seen next in Woody Allen's "You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger". Is correct as far as it goes but it's incomplete, what about Pinto?

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    Re: Question about grammer

    The full statement is - Pinto, who will be seen next in Woody Allen's film 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger', plays a similar character. She plays Dia, an exotic musicologist, who leaves her fiance for another man.

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    Re: Question about grammer

    Quote Originally Posted by Gaurav_2010 View Post
    The full statement is - Pinto, who will be seen next in Woody Allen's film 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger', plays a similar character. She plays Dia, an exotic musicologist, who leaves her fiance for another man.
    In that case, it's correct.

    Note: spelling of grammar

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    Re: Question about grammar

    Thanks for your replies :)

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