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Hi everyone, I am looking for a quick answer. This is such a simple age old question and yet I still have problems with it from time to time. I am translating a text and came across a sentence where I'm just not sure. Does it have to be of or from??
Attachment1 Section I no. 2 of the signature act (SigV) from November 22nd2001...
Attachment1 Section I no. 2 of the signature act (SigV) of November 22nd2001...
the text states that this signature act was written on november 22nd....
I'm just not quite sure which one to use!
Please help as quickly as possible! thank you!
I'm sorry there is no attachment..that is how the sentence starts.
the sentence is :"Attachment1 Section I no. 2 of the signature act (SigV) from November 22nd2001 states that...." ..and I'm not sure if I have to say FROM November 22nd, 2001 or OF November 22nd, 2001.
I hope this makes my question clearer.
Mike has given you your answer.
thank you MikeNewYork, that is what I felt like it should say as well... but unfortunately I can't always rely on my guts :D
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