Which one is correct, “it's seems to be”

Hi everyone,I would like khổng lồ ask about the difference( if it is) between the following sentences:e.gHe seems to be happy.He seems happy.

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As I underst&, "He seems lớn be happy" is the same as "It seems he is happy", whereas "He seems happy" is cthua trận khổng lồ "He is/looks happy".Having made some retìm kiếm, I got ambiguous results:1. The sentences are interchangeable;2. The first is mentioning an objective sầu fact, while the second, my subjective sầu idea.Please, your thoughts.
this as: He looks happy at the moment. At this moment, he seems to lớn be happy. However this could also mean the same as the first.
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The sentences mean the same. Since meaning is not precise, there is some range of meanings for both sentences.It is possible that in some sentences (some contexts) the two sentences have sầu different meanings. But more likely, the difference works the other way: khổng lồ express one specific meaning, people use one sentence more than the other.
Unfortunately, the subject is still not clear.What does "to be" add lớn the sentence?Or are these different styles to lớn say the same? If so, which one is more common?
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"Seems" is a stative sầu verb - a verb used with a meaning like "lớn be". So:"He seems happy" means "he is happy (I think)"."He seems khổng lồ be happy" means the same thing."He looks happy" means the same, using another stative verb."He is happy" means the same (but implies "I am sure" instead of "I think").All of these are comtháng. None is "more common".
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Why must it "add" something? There are often several ways khổng lồ say the same thing. English was not designed or planned.

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I agree with you about "several ways", but they have sầu khổng lồ be exactly "ways".I my case:"He seems happy" and "He seems to lớn be happy" mean the same thing.The only difference between sentences is "to be", & turns out that this "to be" is just redundant.So what is the sense of adding this "to lớn be" lớn the sentence?I assumed "He seems to lớn be happy"-->>"It seems he is happy"
like in the example:e.g.He is believed khổng lồ be responsible. -->> It is believed he is responsible.But I didn"t receive sầu any confirmation of it.In addition, I looked through other resources and found only " little or no difference", which is why I asked my question.
In addition, I looked through other resources & found only " little or no difference", which is why I asked my question
Most of the times there is no difference in meaning between seem to lớn be
and seem, but seem to lớn be is preferred when we mean something that appears khổng lồ be definitely true (objective facts). On the other hand seemwithout to lớn be is preferred when it"s based on personal feeling (subjective impression).For example -The doctors have done all the tests, & he definitely seems to be insane.It seems insane, but I think I"m in love sầu with the postman. When is "seems to lớn be" used instead of "seems"?
Seem (lớn be)
Before a noun we include to be when the noun tells us what the subject is, but often leave it out when we give sầu our opinion of the person or thing in the subject.