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    #1

    take out of /take out from

    The products are stored in a depository. You want to send them to somewhere else. You will:

    1. take the products out of the depository
    2. take the products out from the depository
    3. take out the products of the depository
    4. take out the products from the depository

    Which of the above correct? My guess is 1, 2, and 4. (This is not homework.)
    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: take out of /take out from

    Quote Originally Posted by pinkie9 View Post
    The products are stored in a depository. You want to send them to somewhere else. You will:

    1. take the products out of the depository
    2. take the products out from the depository
    3. take out the products of the depository
    4. take out the products from the depository

    Which of the above correct? My guess is 1, 2, and 4. (This is not homework.)
    Thank you.
    Yes, 1, 2 and 4 are possible. #1 is the most natural.

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