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1. I cannot be an actor.
2. I am not an actor at all.
3. I cannot become an actor.

(What does #1 mean? Is #1 similar to #2 or #3?)

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    1 and 3 are the same. Those sentences are referring to "becoming" which is a future possibility.

    2 is different. It's referring to the present, what the person is or is not.

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