What is the difference in the use of 'off' and 'down from' in these sentences?
Mostly: one is accepted, the other isn't. :)
Hungarian doesn't make a difference and English mostly not either. Both should be accepted.
--------- i would say either , "... off of... " or, "...down from... " .
btw, "... off from... " sounds a bit rustic .
Big 1 mar 18
The curtain falls from the door/falls off from the door/falls off the door/ falls down from the door. The computer just wants what it wants and won't accept what its programming won't accept. Falls from the door wasn't accepted.
Could I say yhat the curtain drops (down) from the door?
"The curtain falls down off the door" was not accepted, reported it.