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    #1

    more of him to see

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-Everybody is staring at him while he is warming up. Right now he is not doing much but there will be more of him to see when he starts playing.

    2-Everybody is staring at him while he is warming up. Right now he is not doing much but there will be more to see of him when he starts playing.

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    #2

    Re: more of him to see

    #2 has some sexual connotations to me.

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    #3

    Re: more of him to see

    Quote Originally Posted by Rolex_Cellini View Post
    #2 has some sexual connotations to me.
    And 1 doesn't? I think 1 is more suggestive of that, if you think that way.
    It could be rephrased: "more of his talents to see"
    2 has no advantage over 1.

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