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What is the difference between "Much" and "Much of/from"? and when can I use them?
Nov 7, 2016 9:02 AM
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"Much" means "large in quantity", and "much of" is the phrase commonly used. E.g. "Much of his research was conducted in Berlin", means "a lot [or even "most of"] his research was conducted in Berlin." "Much from" is similar to "much of", but carries a meaning of "out of", e.g. "I withdrew too much from my bank account" - I took out too much money *from* my bank account.
November 7, 2016
Fawzia
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Arabic, English
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