Learn Common Verb and Preposition Collocations – FROM.
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- 1 Bar from
- 2 Benefit from
- 3 Borrow from
- 4 Derive from
- 5 Deter from
- 6 Differ from
- 7 Distinguish from
- 8 Distract from
- 9 Choose from
- 10 Come from
- 11 Escape from
- 12 Exempt from
- 13 Expel from
- 14 Emerge from
- 15 Expect from
- 16 Forbid from
- 17 Graduate from
- 18 Hear from
- 19 Hide from
- 20 Prevent from
- 21 Prohibit from
- 22 Protect from
- 23 Recover from
- 24 Refrain from
- 25 Rescue from
- 26 Resign from
- 27 Rest from
- 28 Result from
- 29 Save from
- 30 Separate from
- 31 Stem from
- 32 Stop from
- 33 Subtract from
- 34 Suffer from
- Jack has barred Jennifer from visiting his daughter.
- Students benefit from listening to news reports on the radio.
- Can I borrow a hammer from you?
- He derived the meaning from the context of the sentence.
- Please deter your children from walking across busy avenues.
- People differ from one another in their ability to handle stress.
- It was hard to distinguish one twin from the other.
Useful Verb and Preposition Collocations – FROM | Image 1
- Please distract Tim from the television.
- You can choose from a wide range of vehicles.
- I come from France.
- The convicted murderer escaped from a high security prison.
- The judge exempted the young man from doing extra community service.
- The children were expelled from school for their bad behavior.
- The swimmer emerged from the lake.
- Don’t expect sympathy from me!
- He forbade them from mentioning the subject again.
- That year, the athletes graduated from amateur to professional status in the competition.
- I got a letter today. I finally heard from him.
- They hide me from the police in their attic.
- We were prevented from entering the site.
- They prohibit anyone from being seated after the first act has started.
- The cover protects the machine from dust.
- He’s in hospital, recovering from a heart attack.
- Nancy refrains from smoking at work.
- Nothing can rescue us from the ravages of time.
Useful Verb and Preposition Collocations – FROM | Image 2
- Jacques resigned from his position.
- You need to rest from studying so much.
- The unrest results from our politicians lack of seriousness about the situation.
- I managed to save some old photographs from the fire.
- Raw meat must be separated from cooked meat.
- The poor results stem from his lack of experience.
- There’s nothing to stop you from accepting the offer.
- If you subtract 6 from 9, you get 3.
- He will suffer from studying too little.