“I like to do (be) something” vs “I like doing (being) something”
Is there any difference of meaning between these sentences?
- I like to get up early
- I like getting up early
One teacher of mine suggested in his class that one of them (I can't remember which one) meant that "I like it and I do it" while in the other case "I like it but I usually don't do it". t was justt to see if this difference really existed.