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"I am too young to die."

1) I do not want to die because I am young.

2) Although I want to die, I can't because I am young.

Which one is a right implied meaning?

I think that the sentence I am too young to get a driver's license implies "Although I want to get a driver's license, I can't becasue I am young." ,so the #2 is a correct way of understanding the example. What do you native English speakers? Or is there any good meaning?

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I am too young to die means It is not natural for people my age to die.

Clive
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Neither of the sentences implies "Although I want to..."

"I am too young to get a driver's license" literally means "it's not possible for me to get a driver's license because I'm too young" or simply "I can't get a driver's license because I'm too young". Whether the person wants to get it or not is in fact irrelavant.

Similarly, "I am too young to die" means "I cannot die because I'm too young". Dying at my age is out of the question.
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Hans51"I am too young to die.
"1) I do not want to die because I am young.

Both are correct and they make sense. The first one could also imply that "I shouldn't die because I'm too young."

Hans512) Although I want to die, I can't because I am young.

This doesn't make sense if you think about it. You make it sound as if death and life were in your hands.

Being young doesn't prevent death. Many young people die every day, and there are old people who live till their 90s. The best term that conveys the meaning you want clearly is to say:

"I do not want to die because I am young."