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    #1

    You don't seem to be happy. / You seem NOT to be happy.

    You don't seem to be happy.
    -Can I say it as "you seem NOT to be happy."?

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    Re: You don't seem to be happy. / You seem NOT to be happy.

    They are both grammatical.

    I'd say 'You seem (to be) unhappy'.

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