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    #1

    to order off/from

    Dear teachers and friends

    Do these sentences read well?

    I've just ordered my watch off <company's name>
    I've just ordered mine from ABC electronics.


    Thanks

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    Re: to order off/from

    I would never use the first one. I don't know that it's "wrong", but it sounds inelegant to me.

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