Is there any difference between the two sentences below?
- Non so se girare a sinistra o a destra.
- Non so se giro a sinistra o a destra.
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The first one implies that the action of turning will happen in the future (near or far). The second one is something you say when the action of turning is running now. "Non so se giro a sinistra o a destra" means I don't know if now I'm turning left or right. "Non so se girare a sinistra o a destra" means "I don't know whether to turn left or right" (either in the near or in the far future).