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    #1

    independent from independent of

    Hi,

    I would like to know if I can say
    Henry VIII wanted to establish his own church, independent FROM Rome.
    of if I should use the preposition OF after independent.

    Thanks. Ripley

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    #2

    Re: independent from independent of

    We normally use the following:
    Independence from
    Independent of

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