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    Is there a difference between ' I remember you said/saying'? Are they both correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Is there a difference between ' I remember you said/saying'? Are they both correct?
    With 'said', the speaker is more interested in what was said; with 'saying', the speaker is more interested in the uttering of the words.
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