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    Is "He makes dung cakes with from/out of cow dung" correct?

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    Re: dung cake

    Quote Originally Posted by Untaught88 View Post

    Is "He makes dung cakes with/from/out of cow dung" correct?
    See above. You can use any of your three suggestions.

    For the benefit of other learners, those three choices are "with", "from" and "out of". Only the last uses the word "of".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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