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1. Hunger has decreased in some areas, ________ in others it has increased


2. I can't help ________ them.


3. I am available for interview ________


4. How ________ were there?


5. I am seeing her ________ three o'clock.



6. I came close ________ at him, but managed to control myself.


7. I bought some dessicated coconut.


8. How ________ work did you get done today?


9. I am looking forward ________ her next week


10. Humanely


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Basic English Usage
  • When see means 'use one's eyes', it is not usually used in progressive tenses. We often use a structure with can instead.
      I can see a rabbit over there. (NOT I'm seeing. . .)
  • See can also mean 'understand'. We do not use progessive tenses.
      'We've got a problem.' I see (NOT I'm seeing )
  • When see means meet, interview, talk to, progressive tenses are possible.
      I'm seeing Miss Barnett at four o'clock.
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