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blay_paul - Jun 10th 2010, 10:44
I saw her home.
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Sentence #402051

I saw her home.

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Jan 20th 2012, 18:29
This sentence has more than one meaning.
1. I went with her as far as her house. / I took her home.
2. I saw where she lives.

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