.A1)such a level of person has been asked like this means ..............it's not appreciable.
B1)such a level of person, asked like this means ..............it's not appreciable.
Does B1 convey the same meaning as A1?
The sentences do not make a great deal of sense. However, B1 requires a second comma after "this" to become grammatical, and could make sense.
A2)All the people informed of this???
B2)Have all the people been informed of this?
C2)Are all the people informed of this?
First of all, in spoken form, is A2 proper?And does A2 ,B2 and C2 convey the same meaning?
Not correctly. It might be heard as a form of verbal shorthand. B2 and C2 convey the same meaning.
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