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Going to meet next week? #1 (permalink) Sun Aug 24, 2008 18:21 pm   Going to meet next week?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #113 "Postcard: Appointment", question 2

I say this because we are going to ......... nest weekend.

(a) see
(b) meet
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English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #113 "Postcard: Appointment", answer 2

I say this because we are going to meet nest weekend.

Correct answer: (b) meet
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Going to meet next week? #2 (permalink) Sun Aug 24, 2008 18:23 pm   Going to meet next week?
 

By the way, I think the word "next" is misspelled, right?
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Going to meet next week? #3 (permalink) Sun Aug 24, 2008 18:30 pm   Going to meet next week?
 

Yes Alex, we noticed this a couple of days ago and the change will appear online with the next update. As soon as somebody detects a typo, we can correct it in our data base. Then Slava transfers the new version of the data base onto the site and you can see the changes. Hope this makes sense.

Many thanks for your notifying us of those things.
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Going to meet next week? #4 (permalink) Sun Oct 12, 2008 23:27 pm   Going to meet next week?
 

Hi,
what is the difference between, 'I am going to see my friends' and 'I am going to meet my friends'.
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Going to meet next week? #5 (permalink) Mon Oct 13, 2008 9:14 am   Going to meet next week?
 

Hi,

There is a slight difference between the two. When you say 'see', it doesn't really say in what sort of situation. It could mean 'visit' or 'say hello to' or 'catch sight of' and so on. 'Meet' is much more precise and suggests that you have arranged a particular time or place.

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