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How to identify ambiguous sentence?

I would not call it ambiguous. Rather, it is poorly formed and unclear. It seems to say that the arguments themselves are regulating something, which is impossible. I have googled the original: The ...
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Rule of this sentence with some other examples?

@James K may be correct in an extremely strict sense that what you are asking for is impossible. However, I'm guessing that someone set you those examples and is expecting you to find an answer. With ...
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Can I use the definite article 'the' in this sentence?

You can use it if in the particular question you are considering there is usually a matter of confirmation involved and if you do so you are speaking about it as this determinate thing that people ...
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Rule of this sentence with some other examples?

I don't think what you want to do is possible. The construction "based on" has a passive participle "based". The (implied) subject of the participle is the grammical object of an ...
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When asking about a health condition which tense do you use?

The answer has nothing to do with whether you're asking about a health condition. If you want to ask how they are now, use the present tense: How are your legs? If you want to ask about how they ...
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When asking about cast and crews of a movie which tense do you use?

Movies are weird things when it comes to verb tense because they're both finished past events in terms of their production, and experiences that you can have at any time by playing them. Willy Wonka ...
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