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    • Join Date: Jan 2006
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    to see

    I know the verb to see refuses the progressive form, except if it means to meet with a future sense. Ex. I'm seeing my friend this evenig=I'm meeting.
    But I have read a phrase: I'm seeing a film with a friend at the cinema.
    Can I use this verb in the progressive form in any sentence with a future meaning?
    Thanks a lot.
    Please correct me if I do mistakes writing.

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    Re: to see

    I don't think 'I'm seeing a film tonight' is wrong, but I would use 'watching'.


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