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Is it "to pass a place" or "to pass by a place"?

If both are possible, do they mean the same thing?

If so, which would you use?

Thank you

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teal limes it "to pass a place" or "to pass by a place"?

In what sentence?

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Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.

Set 1:

1) Will you be passing the supermarket on your way home?

2) Will you be passing by the supermarket on your way home?

Set 2:

1) I pass the sports centre on the way to work.

2) I pass by the sports centre on the way to work.

teal limeSet 1:1) Will you be passing the supermarket on your way home?2) Will you be passing by the supermarket on your way home?Set 2:1) I pass the sports centre on the way to work.2) I pass by the sports centre on the way to work.

There is no difference in meaning or intent in either pair of sentences.

The guys will pass there around 10:30 am this morning

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