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    #1

    grow a lot

    And in all my years here, I have seen this town grow a lot.

    And in all my years here, I have seen this town growing a lot.

    Which sentence is correct? Do they mean differently?

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    Re: grow a lot

    They are both correct, and to most people they would mean the same thing.

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