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22 Feb 03:36 AM

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1."Jack was to become a manager, but he left."

2. ‎In the past, after retiring from his previous job, he was to become President of the company, but he couldn't make the goal because of political opponents.

Q1) Are both sentences correct English?

Q2) Do both sentences imply that Jack and "he" didn't become a manager and President of the company?

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