I saw him <lean><leaning>

HongsiJ

Member
Korean - Korea
Hi everyone
i have a question
Is there any diference in meaningbetween these sentences?

A. I saw the tired basketball player leaning aganist the locker.
B. I saw the tired basketball player lean aganist the locker.


Thank you!
 
  • Hildy1

    Senior Member
    English - US and Canada
    My impression:
    A. When I looked, the basketball player was already leaning against the locker.
    B. When I looked, the basketball player was standing / walking etc., and then leaned against the locker.
     
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