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    from/with/in one picture

    Hi,

    Which preposition should be used?

    Learn 3 words from/with/in one picture.

    Suppose a picture has a word and two options to choose the synonym. In other words a person who reads it learns three words.

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    Re: from/with/in one picture

    I would probably use "You can learn three words from one picture". I wouldn't mark "with" as wrong. I wouldn't accept "in".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: from/with/in one picture

    I am not sure how that would work. Do you have an example?

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