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    #1

    out of/ out from

    Dear all,

    Do you say,

    "My uncle went out from the town fifteen years ago" instead of saying, "My uncle went out of the town fifteen years ago"?

    Which do you think sounds natural?

    Thank you!

    OP

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    #2

    Re: out of/ out from

    Out of town is acceptable, out from town is not. )

    n a T.

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