This sentence in Indonesian doesn't need an 'oleh'? 'oleh mertua saya'?
Right, it doesn’t! There are hardly any example sentences in this skill that need an ”oleh.”
they did not want to be lead by my parents in law ..was not accepted there is not tense marker so should be accepted
Does anyone ever formulate such sentences ijnresl life? Yeah, right.
Would it not be a nicer sentence if we add oleh? Meaning will become clearer.
That is why I always skip ”oleh” and try if Duo accepts it—just for getting used to the passive voice in its fullest sense. It’s mindblowing, unfamiliar, Austronesian and very cool. Learn it at any cost