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    Full of/ full By

    First, are these sentences are correct?
    1.My cup is full of coffee.
    2.My cup is full by coffee.

    What is the difference between full of and full by?


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    Re: Full of/ full By

    The difference is that the first sentence is correct and the second one is not.

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