Posted by R. Berg on January 02, 2006
In Reply to: Seeing is believing posted by mrmeta on January 02, 2006
: hi :)
: I am a learner of English.
: there is one more question.
: in gerund & Infinitive construction, I can't find definite answer.
: "seeing is believing" and "to see is to believe" is definitely equal?
: there is no difference?
: I think that meaning is same but there is subtle, different nuance..
: if you have a fine answer. please reply this question.
: and have a nice day..:)
The two expressions mean the same thing, but only "seeing is believing" is a traditional one, or as we call it, an "old saying."