Why not just "we will see next wednesday"? What indicates the "each other" part?
"Ci" vedremo makes it reflexive and therefore implies 'We will see each other' rather than just 'Vedremo' which would be 'We will see' :)
Same question here: I tried "we will see us next Wednesday" and it's wrong
I wrote "We will see one another next Wednesday," and it was marked wrong. I will report.
Does "I will see you next Wednesday." somehow make sense, or is this an error?
it's clearly first person plural
Yes, it is, but wouldn't that be "WE will see . . . "? The answer I was told was correct was "I will see. . . " Sorry if that wasn't clear, or I'm being obtuse. . .
I am confused with the form "vedremo" which doesn't exist in the table. There is "vederemo" (1st person plural) instead.
Neither "We shall see one another next Wednesday" nor "We will see one another next Wednesday" is accepted. Reported.
We will see one another .... should be accepted! (native English speaker)