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    Default 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?


    Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Full of/ full By

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

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