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    Smile Can I use "be seeing instead" of go out with?

    Hello

    I'd like to know the dating language(?)

    1. I'm seeing a beautiful woman for 3 months

    2. I have been gone out with woman for 3 months


    Could you introduce any other expressions same as "go out with"?

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    Re: Can I use "be seeing instead" of go out with?

    Quote Originally Posted by mokbon View Post
    Hello

    I'd like to know the dating language(?)

    1. I'm seeing a beautiful woman for 3 months

    2. I have been gone out with woman for 3 months


    Could you introduce any other expressions same as "go out with"?
    Neither is right.

    I've been seeing a beautiful woman for 3 months.
    I am seeing a beautiful woman.

    I have been going out with her for 3 months.
    I am going out with her.

    We are dating, we are an item, we are a couple, we are involved, we are seeing each other.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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