(i)a has the two readings (i)b and c. In (ib) every farmeris construed as having scope over a donkey and in (ic) a donkey is construed as having scope over every farmer:
(i) a Every farmer loves a donkey b For every farmer there is a donkey such that he loves him c There is a donkey such that every farmer loves him
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