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    #1

    She could... unless she wanted to.

    Hello,

    I don't know from which book it is, but I remember a sentence : She could galop into the forest leaving all of them behind, unless she wanted to.

    I do not know what is the meaning of that sentence. Is it that she 'could' but she "didn't want to", or she wanted but she 'couldn't'?

    Thinking of it I am not sure if the sentence ended with to , or it continued, but I am asking. Maybe it has some meaning.

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    #2

    Re: She could... unless she wanted to.

    It doesn't make sense as it stands.

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