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Moshe: "The Lord was wroth with me for your sakes"; and it was not open for discussion. Hashem: "Let it suffice thee; speak no more to me of this matter."
That Moshe would be allowed to see the land.
That they may live (thrive and multiply) and go in and possess the land which Hashem gave them.
That they would soon perish from off the land and would be destroyed. Those left would be scattered among the nations and would be a decided minority. They would soon assimilate and become just like the people around them.
Yes; at the end of time with the coming of the Mashiach.
We only heard Hashem's voice; we saw no form. Thus we cannot recreate a likeness as it would be a desecration.
That they would take on the ways of the people living there; that they would marry outside the Jewish people; that they would become as the nations.
Open ended answer.
He would remember sins until the 3rd and 4th generation and bestow mercy to the 1000th generation for good deeds.
Seven; the descendants of Lot, the descendants of Esau, and the first Amorite tribe with whom they came in contact.
Because He loved them, because He had made an oath to their fathers, and because He redeemed them from slavery.