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Shouldn't it be 'of' instead of 'from'? Options
Koh Elaine
Posted: Friday, October 6, 2017 12:58:01 PM
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On 1 May 2011, my son’s heart palpitated again. With the help from neighbours, he was taken to hospital.

Shouldn't it be 'of' instead of 'from'?

Thanks.
Allana
Posted: Friday, October 6, 2017 2:06:48 PM

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Either:- "With help from the neighbours" or "With the help of the neighbours".
There is no real difference between the two phrases.

Allana

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Koh Elaine
Posted: Friday, October 6, 2017 2:08:56 PM
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Allana wrote:
Either:- "With help from the neighbours" or "With the help of the neighbours".
There is no real difference between the two phrases.

Allana

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