fromprepositionuk strong /frɒm/ weak /frəm/ us /frɑːm/
from preposition (PLACE)
from preposition (TIME)
- I'll be at home from four o'clock onwards.
- We'll be there from the beginning of March to the end of May.
- The oldest part of the church dates from the 13th century.
- Most of the shops are open from nine o'clock onwards.
- From tomorrow every expense form that you submit must first be signed by Roger.
from preposition (DISTANCE)
from preposition (ORIGIN)
from preposition (MATERIAL)
- Early pottery was made from earth and animal waste.
- French law allows only wine made from grapes in the Champagne region to be labelled champagne.
- They sell clothes made from hemp.
- Even the shoe box is made from recycled paper.
- They were the first British firm to start selling fleecy jackets made from recycled polyester.
from preposition (LEVEL)
- Prices range from £8000 to £10,000 depending on the model.
- Flights cost from $300 to $400.
- Replacements can cost anything from a hundred pounds to three hundred pounds.
- The population has fallen from three million to just under two and a half million in the last 30 years.
- Prices start from £4,500.
from preposition (CHANGE)
- She went from a size 18 to a size 12 in six months.
- He went from 15 stone to 13 stone.
- Pretty much overnight she went from being an office worker to an international star.
- She went from being an ordinary looking woman to being a great sex symbol.
- He was promoted from sales rep to area sales manager within the space of eight months.
from preposition (CAUSE)
from preposition (CONSIDERING)
- From her face this morning I'd say she's fairly unhappy.
- From what he said this morning I'd say there's little hope.
- Judging from last last week's performance I don't think they stand a chance.
- From looking at these figures, I'd say we're in trouble.
- What did they deduce from the evidence?
from preposition (REMOVE)
from preposition (DIFFERENCE)
from preposition (POSITION)
from preposition (PROTECTION)
from preposition (PREVENTING)