see / is seeing

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hela

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Dear teachers,

Are all the following tenses possible in this sentence? Do they imply a different meaning?

She can't stop thinking about all her friends that she sees / is seeing / has been seeing much less often than before.

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Hela
 

Tdol

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They're all fine. The second and third could both imply that this is a temporary state and that she could see them more often in the future.
 
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