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Exercise 2.5



In each of the following, say whether the second sentence is an acceptable translation of the first. (If it isn't, think of situation in which the sentences would have different truth-values.)
  (i) Either he will or he won't. [He will he won't]
  (ii) John will come today or tomorrow, but not both. [John will come today John will come tomorrow].
  (iii) You won't win unless you try. [You will not win you will try].
  (iv) He is president of the United States, or the most powerful man in the world. [He is president of the United States he is the most powerful man in the world].
  (v) You may have soup or fish. [You may have soup you may have fish].
  (vi) John or David will come. [John will come David will come].




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