Do the sentences have the same meaning?

One day, her mummy waved her goodbye at the garden gate, saying: 

One day, her mummy waved her goodbye at the garden's gate, saying: 

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  • 1 month ago
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    Yes.

    Neither are correct, although the first one is more correct - although the gate does belong to the garden we usually just say "garden gate". The reason neither is correct is because there shouldn't be a comma after day "her mummy waved her goodbye at the garden gate" isn't a parenthesis.

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  • 1 month ago

    they are exactly the same, but people do not wave her, ....One day, her mummy waved goodbye to her at the gate saying: "See you later."

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