I am looking at the following two sentences:
I heard him sing.
I heard him singing.
I think I understand the difference between these two sentences, but I want to make sure I understand.
"I heard him sing" means that you heard someone sing in the past and the action started and completed in the past. To me, this also sounds like you went to some type of performance and heard someone sing.
"I heard him singing" means that you heard someone singing (continuously) in the past. To me, this means it seems like you heard someone singing in passing.
Also, isn't "singing" a gerund here?
Is my description between these two sentences correct?