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1. I would be glad to go with you.
2. I would be glad if I could go with you.
3. I would be glad if I went with you.

(Does #1 mean #2 or #3?)

4. To watch him play basketball, you would think him a pro player.

5. If you could watch him play basketball, you would think him a pro player.

6. If you watched him play basketball, you would think him a pro player.

(Does #4 mean #5 or #6?)

7. She lived to be eighty.
8. She lived until/till she was eighty.
(Are both the same?)

9. She is very kind to help poor people.

10. How kind she is to help poor people!
(Are both the same? Thank you for your help.)

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