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15 May

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S. Jack was waiting for Mary to arrive in front of the house.

What does sentence S mean above?

1. The place where Jack was waiting is in front of the house, and the place where Mary was going to arrive was in front of the house.

2. The place where Jack was waiting is in front of the house, and the place where Mary was going to arrive was NOT in front of the house.

3. The place where Jack was NOT waiting is in front of the house, and the place where Mary was going to arrive is in front of the house.

4. Sentence S can mean either 1 or 2 or 3 according to context.

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