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    #1

    might someday

    a. That might happen to all of us someday.
    b. That might happen to each of us someday.
    c. That might happen to every one of us someday.

    d. All of us might get fired someday.
    e. Each of us might get fired someday.
    f. Evert one of us might get fired someday.


    Which of the sentences mean
    1. Any of us might get fired someday. That could happen to any of us.
    and which of them mean
    2. We might all get fired together someday.

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    Re: might someday

    The fact that it might happen to all does not mean that it has to be on the same day, though it could be.

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