In my English book, there is a sentence like this:
"Tidal waves are the result of an abrupt shift in the underwater movement"
and another sentence that is quite similar to the first one (in my opinion)
"Tidal waves are the result from an abrupt shift in the underwater movement of the earth."
My teacher said that the second sentence is wrong because of "the result from" using, but I don't find it wrong and my teacher didn't explain me much about this.