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Dear

I had been told over and over again the rule of the system by the guider.

Can I change like this?

I heard/had heard over again the rule of the system by the guider.

Thank you in advance
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Hi,
'Gguider' is not a correct word here. Perhaps you mean 'guide'. However, a guide does not usually explain the rules of a system to people. So, I'm not sure what you r meaning is.

Usually a system has several rules, not just one rule.

Let's begin by comparing the verbs 'hear' and 'tell' very simply.
Tom heard the news from Mary.
Mary told Tom the news.
These sentences are very similar.

I had been told over and over again the rule of the system by the guider.

Can I change like this?

I heard/had heard over again the rule of the system by from the guider.

'Over and over' is more emphatic than just 'over'.
You are told something by someone. You hear something from someone.

If you have a reason to use the Past Perfect in the first sentence, that's probably a good reason to also use it in the second version.
However, Simple Past is also grammatically correct.

Best wishes, Clive

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Dear Clive

That were just prat ice for improving my English.

So after your comment, I would say like this.

I had been told over and over again the rule of the system by the instructor.
I heard over and over again the rule of the system from the instructor.

Thank you very much.

mbouti
Hi Mbouti,

That were was just practice for improving my English.

So after your comment, I would say it like this.

I had been told over and over again the rule of the system by the instructor.OK
I heard over and over again the rule of the system from the instructor. OK

or I had heard over and over again the rule of the system from the instructor.

Clive