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    #1

    Can I say " by English " instead of " in English"?

    Can I say "by English" instead of "in English"?

    I communicate with you in English.
    I communicate with you by English.

    Which one is correct, and why?

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    Re: Can I say " by English " instead of " in English"?

    Use in English. Use by for the method- by email.

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