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    "seem" and "consider"

    Hello,

    I've got 2 questions.

    - What's the difference between "You seem a clever person", "You seem to be a clever person" and "You seem like a clever person"

    "What's the difference between "I consider you clever" and "I consider you to be clever".

    Thanks

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    Re: "seem" and "consider"

    Quote Originally Posted by kasamb View Post

    - What's the difference between "You seem a clever person", "You seem to be a clever person" and "You seem like a clever person"?

    "What's the difference between "I consider you clever" and "I consider you to be clever"?
    There's no difference.

    Please note my corrections to your punctuation.

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