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    Hi teachers,

    Can u tell me if the following two sentences mean the same thing.

    1. I bumped into Ashley at the mall yesterday.
    2. I run into Ashley at the mall yesterday.

    Thx

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    Yes. They carry the same meaning: to encounter, to come across accidentally.

    Try,

    2. I ran into Ashley at the mall yesterday. (past tense)

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    right.I can't believe I made that mistake.

    Thank you,Casiopea.

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