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My mom is still sick.
I helped her with the dishes.

(In the sentences, what is the meaning of the second sentence? Did her mother washed the dishes with her daughter? Or did her mother not wash the dishes together?)

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    The second sentence means that she and her mom washed the dishes together.

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