Which one is correct ?Or if they are both correct,what's the difference It seems that he is not going to help me. It doesn't seem he is going to help me. Thanks:)
Feb 22, 2017 2:11 AM
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I think both sentences are technically correct, though to my ears they don't sound quite natural for casual speech. Both are equivalent in meaning I think, as the end result is the same - he's not going to help you as far as you can tell. In casual speech, I might include the word 'like' in each sentence: It seems like he's not going to help me. It doesn't seem like he's going to help me. Because both of these sentences are written using more casual English, I substituted the contraction he's for he is, but this perhaps is a personal choice and depends on when and where you would use these sentences.
February 22, 2017
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