Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Soviet"

The meaning of "Soviet" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa Soviet forces disputed every inch of ground.?
A: It means that the Soviet forces disagreed with another party in regards to whom the ground belonged to.
Q: O que significa Soviet prevalence?
A: The existence of Soviet things everywhere in the area

Synonyms of "Soviet" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre if I lived in Soviet Union e if I had lived in Soviet Union ?
A: "if I lived in the Soviet Union" means if you lived there right now or in the past. "if I had lived in the Soviet Union" means if you lived there in the past only.

Other questions about "Soviet"

Q: Soviet Union and USSR, which way is the most common way to say in formal writing and spoken English?
A: Either can be written but if you are speaking it’s much more common to say Soviet Union
Q: Soviet was the first challenger to send humans to the moon, but because of financial and political issues, they didn't make it. soa natural?
A: @thetrees

Thanks a lot.
Would you help me out with the question below as well?
I hope you will answer my question, considering all the possible situations.

As far as I know, in the second round, he fought Johnson to win the game.

Q1) Does the above sentence sound natural?
Q2) What does the above sentence imply?
1. As far as I know, he fought Johnson in order to win the game.(Purpose)
2. As far as I know, he fought Johnson and won the game.(Result)
3. Either 1 or 2 according to context.
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar Soviet Union .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: More over, in Soviet Russia being left-handed was equal to being a looser (right was right and left was wrong). Nowadays people don't really put emphasis on such details but I still get many questions about this issue (why did your parents let you be left-handed?). Another interesting thing is that people notice this in very unusual situations. For example, recently my dentist, research instructor and even a museum security guard asked me about my left-handedness. Looks like people treat it like some kind of an illness, while the thing is I just use my left hand more frequently than my right one. soa natural?
A: That's really good! Only one thing *loser :)

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