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    #1

    I have a doubt...

    I'd like to know something more from/by each of you....

    which is correct? from or by? and why?

    Thanks so much.

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    Re: I have a doubt...

    Quote Originally Posted by dilodi83 View Post
    I'd like to know something more from/by each of you....

    which is correct? from or by? and why?

    Thanks so much.
    If you are asking for information that these people have, use "from". You are asking for information from them. If you want information about them, use "about". If you want to see work that they have done, use "I'd like to see something more by each of you".

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