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e.g. Is the hotel closed?

(What does the sentence above mean? #1 or #2?)

1. As it is too late, the hotel doesn't allow people to check in, right?

2. The hotle no longer open and the owner quit the hotel business, right?

  • English -

    "e. g." means "for example" -- I hope it's not considered in what the question means!

    "Is the hotel closed?" can mean either 1 or 2, depending on the situation.
    ~ 1 means the hotel is in business, but just closed up for the night -- will reopen in the morning.
    ~ 2 means the hotel has gone out of business.

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