What is the meaning of "I saw you walk in the street" when using bare infinitive form (walk)?
If I want to say to someone that I saw him (for example while I sit in the bus) in the street, then I would say
"Jon, I saw you while you were walking in Manhattan street"
But I have other options that I'm not sure about their meaning nor correctness:
"Jon, I saw you walking in the street of the center"
Jon, I saw you walk in the street of the center"