I don't know if this sentence sound right.
-Sorry is determined by actions, it is overused, and it becomes a consequence of a misunderstanding of the word forgiveness.
Correcting the grammar in your sentence, you would get:
Sorry is determined by actions, is overused, and becomes a consequence of a misunderstanding of the word forgiveness.
However, mysticete is right—your intended meaning is not clear. Let's assume these are the ideas you are trying to present.
- Sorrow is indicated by actions (rather than words)
- The word sorry is overused
- Forgiveness is not "taken" by use of a password (sorry), but rather given by somebody else.
Now it's up to you to put that into a sentence . . .
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