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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Play with words

I was thinking the other day the following sentences:

  1. A bear carrying baby.
  2. A bear-carrying baby.
In the first statement, the bear is carrying the baby and in the second statement the baby is carrying the bear. However, when you say both sentences, the sound almost the same. So the question is how do you differentiate the two.

Any suggestions? Or is my thinking flawed?
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