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    made of/from

    The shoes are made of leather
    The cheese is made from milk
    The vine is made from grapes

    Why?


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    Smile Re: made of/from

    Quote Originally Posted by irinaofr View Post
    The shoes are made of leather
    The cheese is made from milk
    The vine is made from grapes

    Why?
    When A and B are still alike, we'd use "A +be made of + B. "

    When A and B are transformed totally and almost unrecognizable, we'll use "A+ be made from+B."

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