Is there a rule that explains when to use « de » versus « par » to mean « by » in English? Thanks. Last of my questions.
Freeform Writing Exercise B2
I find that if you could use “with” instead of “by” it points to “de” jn place of “par”. It’s not a 100% rule but gets you started.
Thanks. I always understand the meaning when I hear "de" or "par" but it's more difficult when speaking or writing to make the right choice.
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