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    #1

    of or from?

    Hi!

    I need to know if the following sentence is correct. Can I use "of" or I have to use "from"?

    All the flavours and colours of Naples and Southern Italy...

    Thank you so much in advance.


    Novella

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    #2

    Re: of or from?

    'Of' is the only choice here, Novella, if you mean the colours and flavours that can be experienced in Naples.

    finta

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    Re: of or from?

    Quote Originally Posted by finta View Post
    'Of' is the only choice here, Novella, if you mean the colours and flavours that can be experienced in Naples.

    finta
    I agree. I would add, however, that context is relevant. If something has been imported from another country, it would be from.


    • Join Date: Oct 2007
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    #4

    Re: of or from?

    Thank you so much for your help!

    It means the colours and flavours that can be experienced in Naples and Southern Italy.

    Best regards,


    Novella

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