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What's the opposite of semantic parsing?

(Natural) Language Generation. Although not an opposite of specifically semantic parsing, because a good NLG needs more than just expressing the semantic...
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'Long stories are easy to tell to the children' and 'The children are easy to tell long stories to' - entailment?

Any entailment would depend on context, and it is not hard to find situations where one is true and the other isn't. For instance: Long stories are easy to tell to the children, because I just need to ...
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'Long stories are easy to tell to the children' and 'The children are easy to tell long stories to' - entailment?

Tl:dr Yes, the two sentences convey exactly the same information, packaged in slightly different ways. This is similar to how the three sentences below semantically entail each other: Someone sent ...
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