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Is there any difference in the meaning between "1" and "2"?
1. It seems that you're catching a cold.
2. It seems like you're catching a cold.
Probably not in most contexts. You can also say, 3. "It seems as if you're catching a cold."
Originally Posted by wowenglish1
I'd say 1. would be the least colloquial. It's more certain. I would imagine a doctor examining you first and then saying, "It seems that you're catching a cold."