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Reply Thu 6 Aug, 2015 12:48 am
Dave is trying anew to make something old.

What Dave is trying to do?

1) Something was old, and now Dave is trying to make it new.
2) Something was anew, and now Dave is trying to make it old.

Which is meant by the given sentence? Either 1 or 2?

Thanks in advance.
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