"It’s ignorant from you to say that" or "It’s ignorant of you to say that"

  • Not from. Of, or for. Jul 28 '20 at 13:27
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    Prepositions can be a tricky aspect of the English language; native speakers may even disagree on which sounds best. (For example, someone might prefer "disagree about which sounds best".) A useful tip can be to check Google: "ignorant of you" returns 100× the hits from "ignorant from you". Jul 28 '20 at 21:13
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    – Rucheer M
    Jul 29 '20 at 10:08

"It's ignorant of you to say that" or "It's ignorant for you to say that"

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