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    I heard a song singing by a singer, I heard a song sung by a singer

    Hello.
    I'd like to ask which sentence is grammatically correct among these two;
    -I heard a song singing by a singer
    -I heard a song sung by a singer

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    Re: I heard a song singing by a singer, I heard a song sung by a singer

    Welcome to the forum, Donimo.

    Neither is grammatically correct without a final punctuation mark.

    Which do you think is correct?

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