Maybe you are also seeing/dating someone else as well or maybe not.However, you would use these terms if the realationship was young or if you were not yet serious about this person.What is the difference between "Seeing someone" and "Dating someone"? Logically speaking, a relationship should progress from being open and inclusive of all possibilities to one of exclusive nature with one person. I think if you are searching for exclusivity, then you should ask for it (or rather, ask for where you stand in the relationship in regards to this matter).They pretty well agreed with each other on the answer.Basically, there is no difference; just a difference in terminology.
In that case, you would probably say that you have a boyfriend (or girlfriend), or you're in a 'relationship' or have a partner, etc. Failure to comply would cause one to be sentenced to Kim Jong Un's troupe of travelling sex consorts. That's why people ask "Are you seeing anyone right now? " If you are not married of course you will be dating someone. Sometimes sex too depending on the people involved."Seeing someone" means you're a sicko-pervo stalker voyeur dude.Let's use what we learned in a sentence, "While Da Ge was dating a girl he went to college with, little brother Booby was regularly seeing both his sisters in the shower through a secret peephole." actually depend on people...because seeing someone or dating someone just not that serious for "zhanan"...u know ?Personally I think one should be legally required to wear a a baseball cap with bill forwards, if looking. But if you are seeing someone, then it is usually a commitment to be exclusive."Dating someone" means you are involved with someone.