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He was seen to enter the room.

He was seen to have entered the room.

May I ask what is the difference between them?

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She was seen being told about that by them.
If I use "by them" do I refer to the the people who saw her or to the people who have told her about something??
The intended meaning is unclear.

Consider these alternatives.
She was seen being told about that.
She was seen by them being told about that.
She was seen being told by them about that.

Clive
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1-Here, we'll see people might go there next week.
2-Here, we'll see people will go there tomorrow.
3- Here, we'll look at people having to go there tomorrow.
Are these correct??Or Do I have to write an adjective clause??
Your intended meanings are unclear to me.

Let's just consider your first sentence.
Do you mean
eg Here, we'll see that people might go there next week. [you see possibility]
or do you mean
eg Here, we'll see people who might go there next week. [you see people]

Another point is this -
Do you really mean We will see?
Or do you man We see right now?

Clive
I mean " we'll see"
Ok what about this sentence " we'll see people are always followed by her" I asked my teacher and she said "It's okay" but I'm not sure .
What do you think??
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I mean " we'll see "
Ok what about this sentence " Here, we'll see people are always followed by him" I asked my teacher and she said "It's okay" but I'm not sure . What do you think??
We'll see [that] people are always followed by her.
Fine. The word 'that' is optional.

It would be more natural if you used Active Voice.
eg We'll see [that] she always follows people.

I think you mean eg 'We'll see next week'. Not 'now'.

Clive
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