TlhovwI at AOL.COM
Tue Jan 22 19:34:50 UTC 2002
Sounds fine to me. I can't see the forest from (all) the trees (that are in
my way). Both ways are perfectly rational to me. My roommate check,
however, told me I was crazy. Both roommates rejected the basic line with
"from" but got sketchy when I added the parentheticals. But, if "for" =
"because of" in the trees' example, then compare:
I got an A from my hard work.
Maybe I'm just wrong. I guess I should of thought before I spoke (haha).
Douglas S. Bigham
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
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