"She is not the girl that her mother wanted to be."
If I say- She is not the girl that her mother wanted, it makes sense to me.
Yes, me too though I don't think it expresses the intended meaning. It says that Mom herself wishes she had been a better person and that she wishes the same for her daughter
When "her to be" has been added to it, it seems awkward to me.
Perhaps so Ahmed but it's widely collo
Please tell me how "her to be" is related to rest of this sentence.
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What does the sentence mean, when "her to be" is added to this sentence? It removes one of Mom's wishes; see my first above