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    #1

    I seem to have seem him.

    I seem to have seem him.

    When you saw a familiar guy walked in the crowd and he looks alike your friend, but you are not sure is him.
    Can we say "I seem to have seem him."

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    #2

    Re: I seem to have seem him.

    Hello.

    *I AM NOT A NATIVE OR TEACHER.*

    The sentence is meaningless to me.
    If you think the person may be your friend, you can say: "It seems that he is my friend." Or, if you think you've seen the person before - and logically he can't be your friend, because you know your friend - you may say: "It seems like I've seen him..."

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    #3

    Re: I seem to have seem him.



    Note, mampwamp, that the second verb is seen, not seem.

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