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    with

    Can one say:
    1-The bank was robbed by him with his two brothers.
    (He robbed the bank with his two brothers)

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    Re: with

    1-The bank was robbed.
    2-The bank was robbed by him.

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    Re: with

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan View Post
    Can one say:
    1-The bank was robbed by him with his two brothers.
    (He robbed the bank with his two brothers)
    You can say it if you really feel the need. It's grammatical.
    But your second alternative would be much preferred.

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