# English

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1. He gave a signal to the two lions.
2. He motioned to the two lions.
3. He motioned the two lions to sing opera.
4. He motioned for the two lions to sing opera.
[Are they grammatical? Does #1 mean #2? Is there any difference between them?]

• English -

All are fine. They all mean approximately the same thing. =)

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