What Is Their Main Difference?
'Of' is widely used as a preposition:
- 'Of' is mainly used to show and express possession:
She is a friend
- 'Of' can be used to express the relationship between a part of a whole being:
He had a body in the back
'From' is used to as a preposition:
- to show the origin of something or the starting point of an action:
He is moving
The deadline is a month
- We also use it to indicate the agent, cause, or source of an action:
I got the love for tinkering
This trauma arises
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