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    Preposition

    Please look at the below sentences.

    1. My bat is made of wood.
    2. Glass is made from sand.
    3. I made a bed out of the two old ones.
    4. Tea is made with milk, sugar and water.

    I have confusion about the last one. When to use with?
    Thank you.

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    Re: Preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by Jadoon 84 View Post
    Please look at the below sentences.

    1. My bat is made of wood.
    2. Glass is made from sand.
    3. I made a bed out of the two old ones.
    4. Tea is made with milk, sugar and water.

    I have confusion about the last one. When to use with?
    Thank you.
    They are all fine.

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