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1. He will be/become a soccer player.

2. He will be / become rich.

(Can we use both 'be' and 'become' in the sentences? Do they have the same meaning?)

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    Both words mean approximately the same thing, yes. The word "become" has more of a continuing meaning to it, but essentially they are the same.

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