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  1. Newbie
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    Which prepositon of or from

    Which sentence is correct gramatically

    You can't buy everything from money?

    Or

    You can't buy everything of money?

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    Re: Which prepositon of or from

    Neither; use 'with' (or sometimes 'for').



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