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    #1

    It was not expected FROM/OF you.

    This is not my homework.

    It was not expected ........ you.

    1:- from
    2:- of

    Please tell me which one is correct?
    If both are correct, do they have any difference in meaning?

    Thank you in advance.

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    #2

    Re: It was not expected FROM/OF you.

    Both are possible. It depends, as it often does, on context.

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