Student or Learner
Could you please tell me the correct answer for this?
There's a good film on at the cinema tonight. Are you interested?
'Yes, I am.'
'Great! I'll see/I'm seeing you outside the cinema at 7.30
Thanks svartnik! Now, That's so very interesting!!
you see I just said this morning in the classroom that the answer is I'll see and my teacher said no the correct answer is I'm seeing.
A: There's a good film on at the cinema tonight. Are you interested?
B: 'Yes, I am.'
A: 'Great! I'll see you outside the cinema at 7.30.
Note, will seeing is ungrammatical, but BE seeing is fine:
- I'm seeing you at 7.30, right?
=> Meaning, to meet up with someone; to have a meeting, a date, a get together with someone.
Okay, thanks but beacuse this is a practice in headway book I thought it's supposed to have only one answer.