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    Dear teachers.
    I wonder if three sentences have the same meaning.
    If not, are there certain situations where one is better?

    1, I almost was in an accident as I ran a red light.
    2, I almost had an accident as I ran a red light.
    3, I almost got into an accident as I ran a red light.

    Have a good day!

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    All of them look about the same to me.



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