I think I know how to form sentences in statement logic if it's an "if statement" like (A) and (B) below, but how do I express adjective like "not so easy" or imperative like "Choose X or Y", as shown in (C) and (D) below?
(A) If Lionel Messi makes another goal, then he will make a hat trick and Barcelona will win the match" “Lionel Messi makes another goal” → “he will make a hat trick” Ʌ “Barcelona will win the match” (B) If Musikhjälpen 2019 gains over 11 million Euro, then it becomes a record, otherwise Musikhjälpen 2018 holds the record. “Musikhjälpen 2019 gains over 11 million Euro” → “2019 becomes a record” “Musikhjälpen 2019 doesn't gain over 11 million Euro” → “2018 holds the record” (C) It is not so easy to get both a job that is interesting and a job with a high salary even if you search many companies and it is easy to just find a job itself. "??????" (D) Choose a ferry trip with a cabin or a flight and hotel, but not both of them (“a ferry trip with a cabin” V “a flight and hotel”) Ʌ ¬(“ferry with a cabin” Ʌ “flight and hotel”)