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    of and off?

    Hello my teachers..........................


    What is the difference between of and off?

    With examples :wink:

    Thank you.....................................

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    'Off' is the opposite of 'on'- if a light is 'off' then it is not working; if it is 'on', then it is giving out line.

    'Of' connects words, usually without modifying the meaning- 'cup of coffee'. Al 'of' does is join the two words- it has no meaning itself.

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