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A: I saw her yesterday

B: Did you see it right? it cann't be her, bercause she's on vacation.

I wonder if 'see it right' here is correct.

another example:

(2)

Peter: (met John at the corner of the street, smiled) Hey! Last night, forgot drawing the curtain, U kissed Ur wife right before the window…I saw!

John: (confused) Did U misread? I was not home last night…

Is the word misread correctly used?

(3)How to express such negative expression with 'see' replaced by like 'hear', 'recall'.
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Hi,

A: I saw her yesterday

B: Did you see it right? it cann't be her, bercause she's on vacation.

I wonder if 'see it right' here is correct. No, it sounds unnatural. Say something like

B: Are you sure you saw her? It couldn't have been her, because she's on vacation.

another example:

(2)

Peter: (met John at the corner of the street, smiled) Hey! Last night, you forgot to draw the curtain, you kissed your wife right before the window…I saw!

John: (confused) You made a mistake. I was not home last night…

Is the word misread correctly used? No

(3)How to express such negative expression with 'see' replaced by like 'hear', 'recall'. I'm not sure what you are asking. Write some examples, and we can comment on them, OK?

This is a Forum where we try to show people good English. Please don't use abbreviations like u or ur. These are really only for use in cell-phone text messages. Thank you.

Best wishes, Clive
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an example for 'remember/recall'

A: I remembered that there were 10 people on last night's party.

B: Are you sure that you ...? I think there were only 9. (remember correctly?)

another example for 'hear'/'listen'

A: Our teacher announced that he would like us to hand in our home work by this weekend.

B: Are you sure that you .....,? I heard he said 'next weekend'. (heart correctly?)

Can I say "Did you see clearly?" in the the above sample?
Hi,

an example for 'remember/recall'

A: I remembered that there were 10 people at last night's party.

B: Are you sure that you ...? I think there were only 9. (remember correctly?) OK

another example for 'hear'/'listen'

A: Our teacher announced that he would like us to hand in our home work by this weekend.

B: Are you sure that you .....,? I heard he said 'next weekend'. (heard correctly?) OK

Can I say "Did you see clearly?" in the the above sample? Yes

Best wishes, Clive
Thank you, Clive
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