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a. This is a good game for Manchester United to lose. If they lose this game, they'll learn a lesson and will start getting their act together.

b. This is a good game for Manchester United to lose. If they lose this game, they'll be eliminated and we won't have to play against them.


In (a) the speaker has the interests of Manchester United in mind.
In (b) the speaker doesn't have the interests of Manchester United in mind. He wants them to be eliminated so his team won't have to play against them. It will be good for him if Man U

Which of the sentences are grammatically correct and meaningful?

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