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This tag is for questions which a dictionary cannot answer about what a word means. If the question is about the meaning of a word that can't be understood outside its phrase or sentence, the "meaning-in-context" tag should be also used; for the meaning of a phrase, use the "phrase-meaning" tag instead.

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There is a slight difference between these two questions, but it's not the typical difference between present and present progressive tenses. It's more about how long the seeing has been taking place. …
answered Dec 29 '18 by LastStar007
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They're both correct, but with slightly different meanings. "Head to" connotes that you're confident that you'll actually arrive. A college student might say, "Classes are over, let's head to the bar …
answered Apr 20 '18 by LastStar007