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    #1

    Question from and of

    Hi
    According to these sentences, where do we use "made from" and where do we use "made of" ?

    1) Wine is made from grapes.
    2) This shirt is made of cotton.

    Thanks

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    #2

    Re: from and of

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    If the base material has changed form considerably, use from; if it has not, use of.
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