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Hi teachers! Can anyone tell me whether or not these two are both acceptable?

You can't escape from my arrow.

You can't escape my arrow.

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Those sentences are unusual and potentially unnatural. They may possibly work in some literary/fantasy context. However even then, consider using something like "dodge" or "evade" instead of "escape" or "escape from".

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anonymousHi teachers! Can anyone tell me whether or not these two are both acceptable?

Ignoring their oddness for the moment, the first means that once my arrow is shot, it will hit you no matter where you go or how fast you run away from it. The second means that I will surely shoot you with an arrow.