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    #1

    About the verb "see"

    Hi!
    Someone wrote the following sentences
    - She's looking forward to seeing what he do.
    - She's looking forward to seeing how you be.
    - I'm looking forward to seeing what happen with the flight MH370. (with or to)
    - I'm looking forward to seeing where the flight MH370 be.
    - I'm looking forward to seeing if the flight MH370 exist (or not)?
    - I'm looking forward to seeing if the flight MH370 existing (or not)?
    Are they all right, please?

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    #2

    Re: About the verb "see"

    No – they are all wrong.

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    #3

    Re: About the verb "see"

    How about:
    I'm looking forward to finding out what happened to flight MH370. or I want to find out what happened....

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    #4

    Re: About the verb "see"

    Quote Originally Posted by hoangkha View Post
    Someone wrote the following sentences
    And who is that "someone"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #5

    Re: About the verb "see"

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    And who is that "someone"?
    Thank you all. I have seen them at the post dated 21/03/2014 21:28 in this forum.
    http://www.hellochao.vn/dien-dan-tie...hange_page&p=2
    Last edited by hoangkha; 24-Mar-2014 at 06:09.

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    #6

    Re: About the verb "see"

    They all need tidying up- does not do in the first, etc.

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