to see/seeing

I wonder if there is subtle difference between “1” and '2".

  1. It was good to see you.
  2. It was good seeing you.

Not really enough to worry about. One emphasises the action of meeting (to see) while the other emphasises the feeling (good seeing).

#1 happened once
#2 happened more than once in a period of time in the past


No. That’s not the case.

Hi ,I’m a student ~ I don’t think there’re too many differences between these two sentences :slight_smile: .Actually , I think the first one is more widely used ~~

Thank you ~~