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    #1

    "to be missed"

    "John was a bad guy. he's gone and nobody seems to miss him."

    hi, can I say that "John doesn't seem to be missed"?

    thanks.


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    Re: "to be missed"

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    "John was a bad guy. he's gone and nobody seems to miss him."

    hi, can I say that "John doesn't seem to be missed"?

    thanks.
    He's gone and he doesn't seem to be missed.

    Sounds like a possibility to me, JC.


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    Re: "to be missed"

    Quote Originally Posted by jctgf View Post
    "John was a bad guy. he's gone and nobody seems to miss him."

    hi, can I say that "John doesn't seem to be missed"?

    thanks.
    Yes

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