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    • Join Date: Mar 2005
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    Meet All Of You

    Dear friends and Teachers,

    A. Do you have anything else to say to me? Because tonight is the last time I see all of you / I meet all of you.

    - Is this sentence grammatical?

    Thanks a million!

    NamSteven


    • Join Date: Sep 2008
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    Re: Meet All Of You

    Quote Originally Posted by namsteven View Post
    Dear friends and Teachers,

    A. Do you have anything else to say to me? Because tonight is the last time I see all of you / I meet all of you.

    - Is this sentence grammatical?

    Thanks a million!

    NamSteven
    The correct grammar would be to use a future tense the last time that he will see everyone hasn't happened yet.

    Because tonight is the last time that I'll/I'm going to see all of you.

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