English version

I’d like to see you/him do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishI’d like to see you/him do somethingI’d like to see you/him do somethingBELIEVE#used to say that you do not believe someone can do something I’d like to see you organize a conference! like
Examples from the Corpus
I’d like to see you/him do somethingBut I 'd like to see you again, when we can make time.I 'd like to see him again.I 'd like to see you give our boys a run for their money.
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