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    #1

    That kid would like to grow up to be a doctor.

    1) That kid would like to grow up to be a doctor.

    2) My mother would rather I grew up to be a doctor.

    3) I wanted to grow up to be scientist.

    4) I would like him to grow up to be a doctor.

    5) I would rather you grew up to be a doctor.

    Please check my sentences.

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    #2

    Re: That kid would like to grow up to be a doctor.

    They are all grammatical.

    Let's move on.

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    #3

    Re: That kid would like to grow up to be a doctor.

    You need "a scientist" in sentence #3.

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