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Plz explain the exact meaning of the following sentence.
a) It would appear that the amount deposited in the bank.
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vijay1010It would appear that the amount (was) deposited in the bank.
The evidence seems to indicate that the amount was deposited in the bank. There is no direct proof, but, strange to say, all the signs are that the amount was deposited. (The speaker is a little mystified; maybe he was not expecting to see any sign of the deposit at this time.)

In general, "It would appear that ..." shows that the speaker is uncertain whether to believe what he sees. It's a way of saying that he does not definitely know (something).

CJ
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Hi,

Plz explain the exact meaning of the following sentence.

a) It would appear that the amount has been deposited in the bank.

the amount has been deposited in the bank

This part simply states a fact.

It would appear that

This expression suggests that the speaker has some doubts about the truth of the fact.

Clive