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    Prepositions related to a noun bed

    Here the situation: a girl was sleeping in a bed. Then she heard a strange sound coming from the street and:
    Bridget got out of bed and came to the window.
    Ok, but what if she was just lying on the bed and reading a book. Then she heard a strange sound and came to the window. Which preposition should I use:
    Bridget got off (?) the bed and came to the window.

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    Re: Prepositions related to a noun bed

    I think 'got off the bed' is okay.
    I am not a teacher.

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