lexically or structurally ambiguous. HELP!!!!!

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May 16, 2011 22:24
The following sentences may be lexically or structurally ambiguous, or both. Provide paraphrases showing that you comprehend all the meanings.

Example: Isaw him walking by bank.

Meaning 1: I saw him and he was walking by the bank of the river.
Meaning 2: I saw him and he was walking by the financial institution.
Meaning 3: I was walking by the bank of the river when I saw him.
Meaning 4: I was walking by the the financial insuitution when I saw him.


a. The license fee for pets owned by senior citizens who have not been altered is $1.50.(Actual notice)

b. What looks better on a handsome man than a tux? Nothing! (Attributed to Mae West)

c. Wanted: Man to take care of cow that does not smoke or drink. (Actual notice)

d. Time flies like an arrow. (Hint:There are at least four paraphrases, but some of them require imagination.)





I don't understand these sentences' ambiguous. :(
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