difference between "out of" and "from"
Please check below a sentence.
She took something (out of / from) my bag.
I think both are right in this case since I have seen both. But if wrong, what is the difference?
And one question is coming up now.
I listend a podcast and I was told someting interesting.
When I ask someone that "Do you like dog?" (without any article), that means I am aksing if you enjoy dog meat.
So, to deliver my point exactly, I have to use a proper article.
Is it right?