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    not allowed, probibited

    1. She is not allowed to run fast due to her poor health condition.


    2. She is prohibited from running fast due to her poor health condition.

    Are the above sentences same in meaning?


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    Re: not allowed, probibited

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    1. She is not allowed to run fast due to her poor health condition.


    2. She is prohibited from running fast due to her poor health condition.

    Are the above sentences the same in meaning?


    Thank you.
    Yes.

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