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    I will see you at the forum.

    I will "see" or "meet" you "on" or "in" or "at" the forum (either physical or virtual). What we need to say?

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    Re: I will see you at the forum.

    There's a difference depending on whether you're talking about a physical one or a virtual one. If you're in Rome, arranging to meet someone, you would say "I'll meet you at The Forum at 3pm". If you're arranging to be online here at the same time as someone else, you'd say "I'll be on the forum at 3pm. See you there".

    Your question should have been "What do we need to say?" We've told you this before.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: I will see you at the forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    There's a difference depending on whether you're talking about a physical one or a virtual one. If you're in Rome, arranging to meet someone, you would say "I'll meet you at The Forum at 3pm". If you're arranging to be online here at the same time as someone else, you'd say "I'll be on the forum at 3pm. See you there".

    Your question should have been "What do we need to say?" We've told you this before.
    I'll meet you on the "forum" or "session" (online) at 10 PM. Is it correct?

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