No real difference.
1. The girl is too small to be handling a car.
2. The girl is too small to handle a car.
What's the difference in meaning between the above two sentences?
I need native speakers' help.
There could be a difference, Mike. Suppose somebody puts her five-year-old in the driver's seat of her car. Somebody says: "She's too small to be handling a car." The mother says: "What could she possibly do?" "Well," her friend says, "she could put the car in reverse and run into a couple of parked vehicles." (That actually happened here in Charlotte recently.)
On the other hand, "She's too small to handle a car" might mean that the child can't do anything with the car (which is probably what her mother was thinking when she left the child in the driver's seat.)
What do you think?
Are we talking about someone being too small or too young?
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