if you want to be free

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if you want to be free

Post by navi » Mon Jul 15, 2019 2:45 am

A says: We want to be free.

B replies:
1) If you want to be free, the tyrant has to be overthrown.
2) For you to be free, the tyrant has to be overthrown.
3) The tyrant has to be overthrown for you to be free.
4) The tyrant has to be overthrown so that you will be free.

Are all the sentences correct and natural in this context?

Do they all mean the same?


Gratefully,
Navi
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