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Question He was panting. He didn’t think it was the running; he didn’t smoke, and he was in good shape (well … fair; his ribs on the right side still hurt from the beating in Dipper’s parking lot). He thought it was terror and dismay. Question: In this case, 'from' is used to state the cause of something ( = his ribs still hurting )
Dec 7, 2017 4:15 AM
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Hi- The two sentence below have identical meanings. "his ribs on the right side still hurt from the beating " "his ribs on the right side still hurt because of the beating "
December 7, 2017
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