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    study with the great masters

    "There is still so much I don't know," he thought. "I want to go to Vienna and study with the great masters."


    Hi,
    Is it also to write "... study from the great masters ... " to replace the above without changing its meaning? Thanks.

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    Re: study with the great masters

    No. You might 'learn from' the great masters, or even 'study' the great masters, but you can't 'study from' them.

    'Study with' means that he's going to Vienna to become a pupil of one or more of the great masters.
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