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26 Jul 2020

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What is the difference between 1) He was seen to enter the restaurant. 2) I was seen to jump on the bed. and 1') He was seen entering the restaurant. 2') I was seen jumping on the bed. ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

Are there any difference in meaning, or same?
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What is the difference between 1) He was seen to enter the restaurant.  2) I was seen to jump on the bed. and 1') He was seen entering the restaurant.  2') I was seen jumping on the bed. ?
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