Do the following sentences have the same meaning or are they different? If they are different, can you explain what they mean?
I’m not sure, but I guess these two sentences are different.
The first sentence means that I have to change clothes before doing something. （action）
The second sentence means that I have to take another clothes, in case of necessity.（thing）
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You’re right that they’re different.
The first (CHANGE THE WARDROBE) refers to the piece of furniture. Maybe it’s old or too small and I need to replace it.
The second (CHANGE OF WARDROBE) means that I need to replace the clothes I have with new ones. It could be that my clothes are old and/or unfashionable or even that they don’t fit me any more. On the other hand Yuko, what you explained is a CHANGE OF CLOTHES. Let’s say that straight after work you’re off to the theatre. Since you don’t want to go there in the same outfit, you take a CHANGE OF CLOTHES with you.
I didn’t know about these differences.
I see !! Thank you for explanation.
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