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    to see

    Hi,
    "To see him walking down the street, you'd never known he was blind."
    Please tell me if it is correct to use "To see"?
    Thanks.

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    Re: to see

    Quote Originally Posted by mylevt View Post
    Hi,
    "To see him walking down the street, you'd never known he was blind."
    Please tell me if it is correct to use "To see"?
    Thanks.
    (not a professional teacher). Yes. This sentence could be rewritten as:
    "If you saw him walking down the street, ..." or "If you were to see him walking ..."

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    Re: to see

    Thank you very much.
    So "To see" doesn't have the meaning of purpose in the context? Is it right?
    Thanks.

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