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Question is: What is stylistic Vislting semantic difference between 1 Hope to see you soon too. My American friend wrote me "Hoping to see you soon too" at the end of her message Visiting soon hoping to meet why????? Shouldn't it be "hope" in this context? Add a comment.

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For learning: English Base language: English Category: Characters hopijg question. Characters remaining: Best Answer - Chosen by the Asker. I wouldn't look too deeply into this, there isn't any difference between these two expressions. Just to be clear, both forms imply the subject "I", so you are comparing "I hope" and "I Visiting soon hoping to meet hoping".

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