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    blows from

    Which of the following sentences is acceptable?

    1. The wind comes from the norht all year round.
    2. The wind is blown from the north all year round.
    3. The wind blows from the north all year round.

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    #2

    Re: blows from

    1. The wind comes from the north all year round.
    2. The wind is blown from the north all year round.
    3. The wind blows from the north all year round.


    (1) and (3) are both possible, (2) is not.

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