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How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Only mushrooms with red tops are dangerous.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Only pate is a kind of French food.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Pate is a kind of expensive French food prepared from meat.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Pate is a kind of ancient French food prepared from meat.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Mushrooms with red tops are dangerous.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Some lions [that have been] raised by humans from birth may not be dangerous

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Pate is a kind of expensive French vegetable.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Any lion that you encounter in the wild should not be considered as dangerous. 

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

The lions at the zoo are dangerous.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Some lions are dangerous.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Lions are dangerous.

How do words before and after a noun make a sentence true or false?

Only lions are dangerous.