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    GRAMMAR

    WHERE DO WE USE "OF"?
    PLEASE EXPLAIN IT WITH EXAMPLES.
    PLEASE EXPLAIN IT IN A SIMPLE WAY.
    IN POINTS FORM.

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    Re: GRAMMAR

    Here are some examples of the use of of.

    I have half a loaf of bread.
    It's something of value.
    I've been thinking of you.
    That's all there is of that.
    There is no more of it.

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    Of connects words without changing the meaning much.

    Cup of coffee
    Glass of water

    here, OF just joins the words into a phrase.

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