Present progressive VS. Present

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1) I saw her dance.

 

2) I saw her dancing.

 

I think that the two sentences does not mean the same or are there cases where present progressive tense and present tense are used for the same meaning?

 

ex) I am studying English. VS. I study English.

      I saw her wait in line. VS. I saw her waiting in line.

 

Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.

edited Dec 16 '13 at 02:39 Hans Contributor

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