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1. Seeing the policeman, he ran away.

2. When he saw the policeman, he ran away.

3. As soon as he saw the policeman, he ran away.

(Which one is similar to #1, #2 or #3?)

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asked by rfvv
  1. All three mean the same thing. 2 and 3 are better, though, and are used about equally, I think.

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