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Which interpretaion is correct?

- "I wish I could play soccor with a ball I bought."

1. That ball is what he bought. Now, he has the ball with him.
2. I don't have a ball. If I were to buy a ball, I would play soccor.

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Which interpretaion is correct?

- "I wish I could play soccor with a ball I bought."

1. That ball is what he bought. Now, he has the ball with him.
2. I don't have a ball. If I were to buy a ball, I would play soccor.
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