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When does one use “von” and when “durch” to form the passive?
I've learnt that to form a passive sentence from an active one, one uses "von" and then one mentions the Subjekt of the aktiv sentence: Hans isst den Apfel. ---> Der Apfel wird von Hans gegessen. ...
Jun 30 '13 at 14:00
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