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    I saw his dance.
    I saw him dancing. What is the difference between these sentence?
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    Default Re: difference of sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    Hello everyone,
    I saw his dance.
    I saw him dancing. What is the difference between these sentence?
    Thank you.
    In the first, "dance" is a noun. You saw the dance that he was doing.
    In the second, "dancing" is a verb form.

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