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    "He repents on sin." OR "He repents of sin." ??

    Hi,

    1) "Today, I went to school by car." "by" modifies the noun so that the indefinite article isn't used but "An apple is eaten by a boy OR an apple is eaten by boy." ???

    2) "He repents on sin." OR "He repents of sin." ??

    Many thanks

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    Re: "He repents on sin." OR "He repents of sin." ??

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit1988 View Post
    Hi,

    1) "Today, I went to school by car." "by" modifies the noun so that the indefinite article isn't used but "An apple is eaten by a boy OR an apple is eaten by boy." ???

    2) "He repents on sin." OR "He repents of sin." ??

    Many thanks
    An apple is eaten by a boy. OR
    Apples are eaten by boys.

    He repents of sin.

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