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    #1

    I wont say anything until Ive seen my lawyer

    I wont say anything until Ive seen my lawyer

    Is it correct for grammar?

    Why not, I wont say anything until I see my lawyer ?

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    #2

    Re: I wont say anything until Ive seen my lawyer

    Either is good.

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    #3

    Re: I wont say anything until Ive seen my lawyer

    It will be bad for you to be seen with me

    It would be bad for you to have been seen with me

    It is bad for you to have been seen with me


    And these ?

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    #4

    Re: I wont say anything until Ive seen my lawyer

    Quote Originally Posted by Volcano1985 View Post
    It will be bad for you to be seen with me

    It would be bad for you to have been seen with me

    It is bad for you to have been seen with me

    And these ?
    All of them are okay. (They don't mean the same thing.)

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    Re: I wont say anything until Ive seen my lawyer

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    All of them are okay. (They don't mean the same thing.)
    What do you mean by the same thing ?

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    #6

    Re: I wont say anything until Ive seen my lawyer

    It will be bad for you to be seen with me.
    A prediction.

    It is bad for you to have been seen with me.
    A simple statement. (Whether it is fact or opinion is a matter of opinion.)

    It would be bad for you to have been seen with me.
    Outside of some kind of context I can't tell you what that means. (It seems like a made up sentence.)


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