One student came up with this:
We had a brief group discussion about whether this phrase made sense or not. One student said that they might interpret this phrase differently:
Not terribly different, but the order of the words made a lot of difference. The students agreed that this phrasing was clearer than the original.
Admittedly, this was a pretty simple problem, but the students brought up some good points in our conversation around it. It was a good opportunity to explore the nuances of being precise when talking about mathematics. Even one turn of phrase can be misleading; hopefully the students learned a bit about being careful about their wording while still being succinct.