I have the following 2 sentences:

1- I did not see any other of classmates, except/but Michael.

2- I did not see any of classmates, except/but Michael

For the first sentence can we understand that the word other converts the expression in inclusive meaning that Michael is a classmate too?

For the second sentence, since the word other is missing, then does it mean that Michael is not a classmate?

Thanks in advance for any help.

  • Ask at English Language Learning Stack Exchange – Luke Sawczak Sep 13 at 18:49
  • Thank you Luke. So, moderator please close this question. I'll ask in English Language – Ger Cas Sep 13 at 19:30

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