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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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Can someone please tell me if these sentences are correct or not?
1- She's the only one reading this story.
2- She's the only one loved by him.
3- He's the only person going there tomorrow.
4-She has been saying to have finished cleaning by tomorrow.
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I'm going to leave this school tomorrow.
I'm going to be leaving this school tomorrow.
Are these interchabgeable?

I'm going to finish studying tomorrow.
I'm going to be finishing studying tomorrow.
Are these interchangeable?

In both pairs, #1 sounds like a firmer, stronger statement.
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1/2/3 are correct.
4- Incorrect. Say

eg She has been saying that she will have finished cleaning by tomorrow.
eg She has been hoping to have finished cleaning by tomorrow.
eg She has been hoping to finish cleaning by tomorrow.
I have as much as 3liters of water is sold everyday
I have as many as 200mililiters of these cups of milk are sold everyday.
How many gallons is 3liters?
As many as other first 200 amazing animals are killed every year.
Can you please tell if these sentences are correct or not?

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Can you please tell if these sentences are correct or not?
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I should be finishing studying tomorrow.
She had better be arriving tomorrow early.
I ougth to be leaving tomorrow.
Can I use them for future events??
Yes, the sentences in the last post are OK.
Sara's the only one to always go there.
He was the only one to have to go there.
I'm having to go there tomorrow.
Are these sentences correct??
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