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    of or from

    "This lanscape is created of all possible colors."

    or should be used "from all possible colors"?

    Which version is correct? Or, eventually, both versions are correct.
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    Re: of or from

    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieR View Post
    "This landscape is created of all possible colors."

    Or should we use "from all possible colors"?

    Which version is correct? Are both versions are correct?
    Neither is correct.

    The sentence is unnatural.

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