Is there any difference between saying "has a big dream" and "dreams big"?
The expression "has a big dream" is normally said like "has big dreams". There is not really a big difference between "dreams big" and "has big dreams", as they both express the same general meaning. The only difference is that "has big dreams" implies that someone already knows what their dreams are since this sentence is possessive. "Dreams big" implies that the subject has not finished dreaming big, and still continues this action. Ex: I have big dreams to move to the city someday. Ex: Parents should inspire their children to dream big.
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