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hello i want to ask

what is the difference between 「をごめんなさい」 and 「でごめんなさい」?, I've asked a japanese before, and he said that this 「をごめんなさい」 form is rarely used, but what if i want to make a sentence like "I'm sorry for my kid" (because he makes a lot of trouble at school). is it「子供をごめんなさい」?, or using 「で」in like 「子供でごめんなさい」?. because I've used 「で」before and that japanese that i asked didn't understand...

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hello i want to ask

what is the difference between 「をごめんなさい」 and 「でごめんなさい」?, I've asked a japanese before, and he said that this 「をごめんなさい」 form is rarely used, but what if i want to make a sentence like "I'm sorry for my kid" (because he makes a lot of trouble at school). is it「子供をごめんなさい」?, or using 「で」in like 「子供でごめんなさい」?. because I've used 「で」before and that japanese that i asked didn't understand... 

thankyou..
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