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    wowenglish1 is offline Senior Member
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    which

    I would like to know the meaning of "1" in the next passage.
    1. Taking a lesson from the dog, a wise man should beware of bribes.

    I wonder if "2" and "3" have the same meaning.
    2. Taking a lesson from the dog, a wise man should beware of bribes.
    3. A wise man, taking a lesson from the dog, should beware of bribes.

    A thief wished to divert the attention of the watchdog so that he could rob a house. He threw a piece of meat to the dog, hoping that the dog would eat the meat instead of barking to warn the household. But the dog refused the offer of food and alerted the household. Taking a lesson from the dog, a wise man should beware of bribes.

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    Re: which

    Yes 2 and 3 are the same.

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