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Hey Jeff, thanks for your reply. The thing is I want to emphasise that I’m pretty sure he can see the past but I’m not sure if he is able to see the future. The phrase you used doesn’t give that meaning totally. Can I say something like “I think He can’t see the future but see the past” but this time it starts with “I think” insted of “I don’t think”.
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