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1. The boy cleaned his room as his mother asked.

2. The boy cleaned his room as his mother said.

3. The boy cleaned his room according to what his mother said.

4. The boy cleaned his room according as his mother asked.

(Are they all grammatical and have the same meaning?)

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    The last one is not correct. Of the others, the first one is best.

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