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comment “There will/seems to be” or “There will/seems to have”?
@AndySemyonov I edited it after recalling that I have problems with seems to be/have too. So, "there will be a meeting" is the correct way of saying it? And actually, even though "there will have been a meeting" is grammatically correct, what does it mean in exact? I can't quite comprehend the whole statement as "There will have been a meeting in the afternoon."
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comment “There will/seems to be” or “There will/seems to have”?
@AndySemyonov Are they wrong in terms of grammar? How are they wrong?
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revised “There will/seems to be” or “There will/seems to have”?
added 124 characters in body; edited title
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