I guess I understand the rules in Cambridge Dictionary grammar tutorial on
see sb do sth and
see sb doing sth.
However, Google Ngram shows another possibility of the use of "see"
in what situations I am supposed to use the pattern
see sb did sth? Could someone please give a hint about the rules/conventions of it? Thanks in advance.
"sb" refers to "somebody" or "someone"
"sth" is written abbreviation for "something".