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  1. a.laura

    Exclamation OF and OFF

    hello! I would like to know the difference between OF and OFF


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    Re: OF and OFF

    Off- usually means the opposite of on- a light can be on or off
    Of- connects words but doesn't usually have a meaning- cup of coffee- but can show possession- a friend of ours


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