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    stepped onto/stepping onto

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    Which of these sentences is correct? Or are both of them correct?

    1) As I stepped onto the stage, I could feel all eyes on me.
    2) As I was stepping onto the stage, I could feel all eyes on me.

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    Re: stepped onto/stepping onto

    Quote Originally Posted by blissful View Post
    Hi

    Which ofthese sentences is correct? Or are both of them correct?

    1) As I stepped onto the stage, I could feel all eyes on me.
    2) As I was stepping onto the stage, I could feel all eyes on me.

    Thank you
    Both are correct.

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    Re: stepped onto/stepping onto

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    Both are correct.
    Hi

    Thank you.

    Any difference in meaning?

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    Re: stepped onto/stepping onto

    Quote Originally Posted by blissful View Post
    Hi

    Thank you.

    Any difference in meaning?
    For all practical purposes, no.

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