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    1) He took $100 (from - out of) his bank.
    2) He withdrew $100 (from - out of) his bank.

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    Default Re: A preposition question

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    1) He took $100 (from - out of) his bank.
    2) He withdrew $100 (from - out of) his bank.
    He took out/withdrew money from his bank account.

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    Default Re: A preposition question

    If he withdrew everything from his account to close it, you could say 'out of'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    1) He took $100 (from - out of) his bank.
    2) He withdrew $100 (from - out of) his bank.
    Without any other information in the sentence, the second option is the correct one. "He withdrew ... from his bank account."

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