Just because you live in a Southern State does not mean you have to misuse the english language, especially if you work in a coroprate position.
Today we will be going over the use of the words "See", "Saw", and "Seen".
Let's review all of the tense uses that are available with these three small words.
PRESENT - I see, you see, he/she/it sees, we see, you see, they see
PAST - I saw, you saw, he/she/it saw, we saw, you saw, they saw
FUTURE - I shall see, you will see, he/she/it will see, we shall see, you will see, they will see
PRESENT PERFECT- I have seen, you have seen, he/she/it has seen, we have seen, you have seen, they have seen
PAST PERFECT - I had seen, you had seen, he/she/it had seen, we had seen, you had seen, they had seen
FUTURE PERFECT - I shall have seen, you will have seen, he/she/it will have seen, we shall have seen, you will have seen, they will have seen
See, this is not that hard.
RARLY! Will you ever use the word "SEEN". And NEVER have you "seen" anyone. I either "see" someone or "saw" someone.
I will see Sally today.
I saw Sally today.
I have seen Sally.
NEVER NEVER NEVER have you EVER seen Sally, or anyone else for that matter.
So, please, I ask to use these three small correctly. It will help you sound just ever so slightly smarter.