The first sentence is correct. The second is not. I don't know what "from" is doing there.
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I made a sentence just from my myself.
Have you read the article?
Have you read it from I passed to you?
Am I using the correct words "the" and "from" mentioned in as above?
I think the second would be correct if it was written as 'Have you read what I passed on to you?', but I am not a teacher.
Have you read the book since you borrowed it from me?
Have you read the book since I passed/lent/gave it to you?
I'm wondering if Polyester meant "since" when he/she used "from".
I think the better answer that I want is MikeNewYork at post#5.