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Although the sentence "He lives with his mother." literally has the same meaning as "His mother lives with him.", the two have very different connotations, amirite?

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Thats not true. "He lives with his mother" means he lives in the house his mother owns, while "His mother lives with him" means his mother lives in the house he owns

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@Thats not true. "He lives with his mother" means he lives in the house his mother owns, while "His mother lives...

Yes but essentially they both say that him and his mother reside in the same domicile.

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