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    Remove From or Remove In

    Please help me with this troublesome preposition:

    Remove your things from the drawer. Or is it: Remove your things in the drawer.

    Thank you very much for your assistance.

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    Re: Remove From or Remove In

    Remove your things from the drawer.
    Remove your things in the drawer.


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    Smile Re: Remove From or Remove In

    Thank you so much.

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