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    Do sentences 1 and 2 have the same meaning? I have emboldened the differences in each. I think they mean the same even though #1 is a bit verbose.

    1) "I want to join the study group because it offers a structured framework from which I can improve my grades."

    2) "I want to join the study group because it offers a structured framework to improve my grades."

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    any ideas friends???

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