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Question About "None of us can see the Earth move"

hirashin

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Dear native English speakers,
do you think you can say both sentences?
(a) None of us can see the Earth moving.
(b) None of us can see the Earth move.

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Michael2

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My preference would be for "moving" but I don't think "move" would be wrong exactly.
I would say that "No-one" would be better than "None of us" though, as "none of us" gives the impression of a certain small group trying to see if the earth is moving or not. "No-one" means people in general.
 
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