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    #1

    as well

    I worked as well as you.

    Isn't this sentence ambiguous:
    First meaning: You worked and I did too.
    Second meaning: My work was as good as yours.


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    #2

    Re: as well

    As it stands, yes - it is ambiguous. Usually the context will tell you which is intended.

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    #3

    Re: as well

    Perhaps:
    You worked on the E91 project and I worked on it as well.

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