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    from/in our last lesson


    1- What did we learn from our last lesson?
    2- What did we learn in our last lesson?

    Should I use 'from' or 'in'? I think I should use 'in' but when I think in my language, my minds tells me that the first one is also OK.
    Last edited by ademoglu; 30-Sep-2020 at 15:06. Reason: the deleted after our

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    Re: from/in our last lesson

    Both are natural but aren't quite the same.

    "In" would refer more to the content of the lesson.
    "From" would refer more to the concepts derived from the content.
    Retired magazine editor and native British English speaker - not a teacher

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