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What's the difference between these 2 sentences please?

I wouldn't have been as mad if I had lost in 2 hours as if I had lost in 4 hours. (does this mean that I've lost?)

I ouldn't have been as mad if I had lost in 2 hours. (this one means I've lost?)

What's the difference between these 3?

If you had screamed at her isn't the same is if you had hit her. (does this mean you did something to her?)

Screaming at her isn't the same as if you had hit her. (What about this one?)

Screaming at her wouldn't have been the same thing as if you had hit her. (this one?)

Screaming at her wouldn't have been the same thing. (this one means you did something?

Does this make sense?

- She's not as bad as some of the people I've seen.

Thank you
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Someone already commented on the reason as to why your posts don't get answered sometime. If you want people to answer your questions, you need to write make them sensibly.
Can someone please tell me what they think?

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Hi,

May I suggest, as others have done in the past, you contain fewer questions and content in general per post. Unpaid respondents avoid such pages like the plague. I must admit, however, that I've placed this thread in my favourites, as I am very interested in this question. Emotion: smile