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  1. Will I become like him.
  2. What will become of it.
  3. I wanted to get into teaching.
  4. It is not even open (opened).
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1.: Werde ich wie er?

2.: Was wird daraus? (Not sure about this one, maybe needs more context)

3.: Ich wollte Lehrer werden. (Word by word isn't possible here)

4.: Es ist nicht mal offen (geöffnet).

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