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    I say to him: That must be the magic trick guy in the other picture.

    My friend shows me a picture of some random guy (guy's face was cut out of the picture) doing a magic trick that he thought was funny. And wasn't amused by it and told him that I didn't get the joke. He then shows me another picture of him and another guy.

    I say to him: That must be the magic trick guy in the other picture.

    VS

    That must be the magic trick guy from the other picture.

    Are both okay here?

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    Re: I say to him: That must be the magic trick guy in the other picture.

    Can someone please help with this post before it falls off the page?
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 18-Apr-2014 at 12:37. Reason: Deleting unnecessary quote.

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    Re: I say to him: That must be the magic trick guy in the other picture.

    He hi,

    i think
    That must be the magic trick guy from the other picture. is correct.

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    Re: I say to him: That must be the magic trick guy in the other picture.

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman45 View Post
    Can someone please help with this post before it falls off the page?
    Please be patient. You posted at 23:45 British time and followed it up at 07:48 British time, a period when most people in the UK and Europe would have been asleep.

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    Re: I say to him: That must be the magic trick guy in the other picture.

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Please be patient. You posted at 23:45 British time and followed it up at 07:48 British time, a period when most people in the UK and Europe would have been asleep.

    I understand.

    Could you help me with the question? Thank you.

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    Re: I say to him: That must be the magic trick guy in the other picture.

    You could use either "from" or "in". I would probably use "in".

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