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    #1

    going to be seeing

    We are going to be seeing a lot of each other.

    We are going to see a lot of each other.

    What are the differences in meaning of the above sentences?

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    #2

    Re: going to be seeing

    There is no significant difference.

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    #3

    Re: going to be seeing

    Quote Originally Posted by shibli.aftab View Post
    We are going to be seeing a lot of each other.

    We are going to see a lot of each other.
    I donít understand what you have written. Will you tell me the intended meaning of that, please?


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    Re: going to be seeing

    The first could be used to express something that is not a plan or intention but the consequence of something else, like working in adjacent offices, for instance.

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    Re: going to be seeing

    It could also refer to a beginning relationship or joining the same committee or moving in to the person's neighborhood. There are many possible contexts.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 19-Feb-2014 at 23:24. Reason: typo

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