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1. With night coming on, we started for home.

2. Because night came on, we started for home.

3. Night came on, and we started for home.
(Does #1 mean #2 or #3?)

4. With his legs crossed, he read a book.

5. His legs were crossed, and he read a book.
(Does #4 mean $5?)

  • English -

    Yes, 1, 2, and 3 all mean the same thing.

    Also, 4 and 5 mean the same thing.

    Nice job!

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