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In this sentence, you can leave it out.

You can leave it out from this sentence.

You can leave it out in this sentence.

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Do they all mean the same?

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LiJ
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Yes, all mean the same.

The first one sounds best to my ears.
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LiJ
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I recommend one of these. They all mean the same thing.

In this sentence you can leave it out.
In this sentence you can omit it.
You can leave it out of this sentence.
You can omit it from this sentence.
It can be left out of this sentence.
It can be omitted from this sentence.
It is not needed in this sentence.
It is not necessary in this sentence.

CJ
>You can leave it out of this sentence.

That sounds so good, I've never come up with it, though.

LiJ
Yes, it's leave it out of or omit it from.

And I suspect you wanted:

That sounds good. I would never have come up with it, though.

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CJ
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CalifJimYes, it's leave it out of or omit it from.

And I suspect you wanted:

That sounds good. I would never have come up with it, though.

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CJ

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