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    How do you teach the difference between from and of?

    How would one explain the difference between from and of to a non-native English speaker?

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    Re: How do you teach the difference between from and of?

    You have to be more precise. Could you provide an example?


    • Join Date: Jul 2008
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    Wink Re: How do you teach the difference between from and of?

    Well, you can start by making the learner study these examples:


    • I come from Lima. (origin: I am from there)
    • Lima is the capital of Peru. (possession: Lima belongs to Perú)


    Can you see the difference?

    Hope can help...

    See ya...

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