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    Which of these sentences is correct (with the given meaning):
    1-Unlike John, you'll like Harry.
    2-You will like Harry, unlike John.
    Meaning: You didn't/don't/won't like John, but you'll like Harry.

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    Re:
    • Unlike John, you'll like Harry.


    Meaning: although John doesn't like Harry, you will.

    Re:
    • You will like Harry, unlike John.


    Meaning: although John doesn't like Harry, you will.

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