What is the difference between a swimmer and a professional swimmer?
My answer to this is anyone who is swimming is a swimmer. A professional swimmer would be someone who is paid to swim or someone who competes in swimming for a long period of time.
Professional swimmers have bigger shoulders due to the amount of practice they put in.
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