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    Michael thought the same as I did,he thought that you are away on holiday.

    1) Michael was under the wrong belief/impression that you were on holiday just like I had.
    2) Michael thought the same as I did,he thought that you are away on holiday.

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    Re: Michael thought the same as I did,he thought that you are away on holiday.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jit833 View Post
    1) Michael was under the wrong mistaken belief/impression that you were on holiday, just as I was. like I had. This is ambiguous. Can you tell why?
    2) Michael thought the same as I did - that you were away on holiday.
    For 1. you can't say "Michael was ... just like I had".
    2. That's just one possible solution.

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