21 Mar 03:06 AM

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What is the difference between They are a different age, and from a different city.and Each of them is a different age, and from a different city?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

There is a group of 4
A is 20 from London B is 23 from Paris C is 21 from Tokyo, D is 30 from NewYork.

My understanding is that
The sentence on the upper means four of them are the same age, and from the same city. They are different age and from different city FROM OTHERS.

The sentence on the bottom means what I want to mean, what i described at the top of this box.
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