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    by my encounter or from my encounter

    what is more suitable:


    By my encounter, all pubs in town are expensive.

    or

    From my encounter, all pubs in town are expensive.

    much appreciate

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    Re: by my encounter or from my encounter

    Quote Originally Posted by jirikoo View Post
    what is more suitable:


    By my encounter, all pubs in town are expensive.

    or

    From my encounter, all pubs in town are expensive.

    much appreciate
    Neither is okay to me.
    TRy,
    In my experience, all the pubs in town are expensive.

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    Re: by my encounter or from my encounter

    Quote Originally Posted by svartnik View Post
    Neither is okay to me.
    TRy,
    In my experience, all the pubs in town are expensive.

    thanks for your reaction. The example was not most fit - I know there are many other ways of depicting the situation than this one, but there may be a different context in which I could use the given phrase, couldn't I?


    From the first encounter I assumed she was married.

    By the first encounter I assumed she was married.

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    Re: by my encounter or from my encounter

    Quote Originally Posted by jirikoo View Post
    thanks for your reaction. The example was not most fit - I know there are many other ways of depicting the situation than this one, but there may be a different context in which I could use the given phrase, couldn't I?


    From the first encounter I assumed she was married.

    By the first encounter I assumed she was married.
    From the first encounter I assumed she was married.

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