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sykim99

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Whatever enters into the eye gate comes out the mouth.

Q1: Does it have a different meaning if I replace "comes out the mouth"with comes out of the mouth?

Q2:any difference between "enters into the eye" and "enter the eye"?
 

rws_killer5

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There is no difference in terms of meaning; however, the former for question one and the latter for question two are used less often and are oftentimes considered as archaic.
 
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