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Are there any mistakes in these sentences? Please explain.


1. I am going to be swamped for the next few weeks, so don't count on me being anywhere.

2. Don't count on seeing me anywhere / Don't count on me seeing everywhere.

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Hasibrahman so don't count on me being anywhere

You will be somewhere, won't you?

Hasibrahman2. Don't count on seeing me anywhere

Will you just vaporize?

HasibrahmanDon't count on me seeing everywhere.

Nobody can see "everywhere". That is impossible.

Hasibrahman1. I am going to be swamped for the next few weeks, so don't count on me being anywhere.

I am going to be swamped for the next few weeks, so don't count on me to commit to meeting you somewhere.

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Hasibrahman

Are there any mistakes in these sentences? Please explain.


1. I am going to be swamped for the next few weeks, so don't count on me being anywhere.

2. Don't count on seeing me anywhere / Don't count on me seeing everywhere.

1) Swamped for - is not idiomatic. Swamped is used passively to mean "overwhelmed". i.e. The office was swamped with emails and phone calls demanding for answers.

2) As it stands, the context makes no semantic sense.

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This is the picture from where I got that sentence. I am confused of this sentence "Don't count on seeing me anywhere". Would it be "Don't count on me seeing anywhere"?

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