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    #1

    To get more of vs. to get more from

    I am adding some extra-minutes to my lessons to get more of<>get more from them.

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    #2

    Re: To get more of vs. to get more from

    to get more 'from them' or maybe 'out of them'???
    Last edited by bianca; 20-Jun-2007 at 18:19.


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    #3

    Re: To get more of vs. to get more from

    "Get more out of them" is very common in NA.


    [disclaimer: native speaker but not a teacher]


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    #4

    Re: To get more of vs. to get more from

    Quote Originally Posted by Barton View Post
    I am adding some extra minutes to my lessons to get more of<>get more from them.
    Either will work: depends if you are saying you will get more time or more/added value out of the extra time

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