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    Question What are the differences between .... and .... ?

    Hello,

    i was wondering : what are the differences between these two sentences? .

    * An Enemy Of The People

    and

    * The People's Enemy

    thanks in-advance.

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    Re: What are the differences between .... and .... ?

    Dear f.f.33

    They mean the same thing.

    Perhaps in a specific context there may be some different shadings of meaning, but essentially they are the same.

    I hope this is helpful,

    Petra

    PS: They aren't sentences. You could use them in a sentence such as, 'He is an enemy of the people.'


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    Re: What are the differences between .... and .... ?

    Quote Originally Posted by pyoung View Post
    Dear f.f.33

    They mean the same thing.

    Perhaps in a specific context there may be some different shadings of meaning, but essentially they are the same.

    I hope this is helpful,

    Petra

    PS: They aren't sentences. You could use them in a sentence such as, 'He is an enemy of the people.'
    thank you pyoung

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