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    Question Enjoy from?

    Hi everyone!
    Can one possibly say that "a field of study (like Cognitivism) enjoys from a solid methodology"? (Meaning it has a solid methodology)
    I am a little bit confused by the use of From after Enjoy since it is usually used without From, but this case, I think, is different, isn't it?
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    Re: Enjoy from?

    A field of study cannot enjoy, people can enjoy.
    A field of study benefits from...

    not a teacher.

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    Re: Enjoy from?

    Thanks for the reply but I'm afraid it is used in academic articles:
    http://education360.in/bsc-biochemistry
    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3238803/
    Let there be light!

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    Re: Enjoy from?

    Does "enjoys from" appear anywhere there?

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    Re: Enjoy from?

    niamadpour, it is unreasonable to expect us to search through those lengthy articles to find an example of 'enjoys from'.

    If I did happen to find one, I'd think it was a mistake.

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