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1. Walking on the street, I found a stray dog.

2. While I was walking on the street, I found a stray dog.

3. When I was walking on the street, I found a stray dog.

4. While I walked on the street, I found a stray dog.

5. When I walked on the street, I found a stray dog.

(Among the four sentences, which one is similar to Sentence 1?)

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    All sentences 2-5 mean the same as sentence 1.

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