I have been struggling to understand the usage of 'out of' vs 'from' vs 'with'. I'm used to use 'from' or 'with' frequently.I often find some sentences which I think should be replaced with'from' or 'with'. While surfing through the dictionaries. I have found the following sources which describe'out of':
Indicating the source or derivation of something; from:
‘a bench fashioned out of a fallen tree trunk’
I get a lot of enjoyment out of teaching.
Confidence enables you to win, and by winning you get enjoyment out of the game.’
Birds make nests out of branches or twigs. (Can't I use 'with/from' instead of 'out of')
COME FROM SOMETHING used to say where something comes from or is taken from
A lot of good music came out of the hippy culture in the 1960s.
The money is automatically taken out of your bank account every year.
Can I use 'from' instead of 'out of'? 'From' also refers to the source that something comes from or obtained from.Right ? Why to use 'out of' instead of 'from' ?
What is the use of out of in the sentence "Someone had torn several pages out of her diary." Can't I say "from her diary"?