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what is the difference between these two sentences and where we can use them 先生からの手紙を読めと言われた。 先生からもらった手紙を読めと言われた。     as in first case we use kara to modify ..

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    You don't have an adjective in there, do you? – Leebo Jul 12 at 12:35
  • but what is the dfference in these two sentences – Sam Jul 12 at 14:30
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    Maybe I'm missing something but why do you think there is an important difference? What is the difference between "letter from the teacher" and "letter I got from the teacher"? I'd have a really hard time trying to come up with a meaningful answer to that question in English. – user3856370 Jul 12 at 14:40
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    "noun and adjective in the sentence" is not a very descriptive (or accurate) question title. Please do think about how you can make your questions clearer; that way you'll likely get higher quality answers, and others will be able to benefit from your question too in the future. – henreetee Jul 13 at 9:47

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