I think that the narrow predications appear in numbers 1, 3, 4, 5 and 7.
For 2, Superman might be famous for running very fast, but Clark Kent isn’t.
For 6, I might be sick and tired of that guy who’s been emailing me a lot, but I might not be sick and tired of you, even though you are that person.
For 8, what I can distinguish depends on my capacity for description or whatever. I might be able to tell Superman apart from Jimmy Olsen (a photographer for the Daily Planet), but not Clark Kent from Jimmy Olsen.
For 9, I might know Superman but not Clark Kent.
I might think that something bit me, without there being something such that I think that it bit me. I might think I’ve been bitten, but I might not know what bit me.