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Preposition ( made of vs made from ) [duplicate]

Fill in the right word. Bread is usually made ______ wheat. 1) of 2) from 3) with 4) by
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I made this bag from/of my old jeans [duplicate]

Wine is made from grapes. That bridge is made of steel. A Korean dictionary says that 1’s ‘from’ is used because of the change of the property from grapes to wine, and there is not the ...
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“Made out of”, “made of” and “made with” [duplicate]

I understand the phrases made of and made from from the questions and answers provided here and here. Yet I came across three more phrases: made out of, made of, and made with which I think are ...
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So, “This ring is made of silver” & “This ring is made from silver” are both correct but have different meanings, right? [duplicate]

Google "ring is made from silver" & it returns 53000 results. Google "ring is made of silver" & it returns 226000 results. This site says "We often use made from when we talk about how ...
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what is the difference between “make of” and “make from”? [duplicate]

I want to ask a thing make from/of something but I don't know how. What are they make from? What are they make of? what do they make from? what do they make of?
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Is this correct to say “this car is made out of leaves” or “this car is made of leaves” or “this car is made from leaves”? [duplicate]

Which one is correct to express the above picture? "this car is made out of leaves" "this car is made of leaves" "this car is made from leaves"?
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made from/of rubber tires? [duplicate]

Should "from" or "of" be used in the following? The shoes are made from/of rubber tires. I'd appreciate your help.
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made from coconut and almonds? [duplicate]

In the following definition of Almond Joy, should "from" or "of" be used? a type of chocolate bar in the US which is made from/of coconut and almonds I'd appreciate your help.
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Are 'from' & 'with' interchangeable in the given sentence? [duplicate]

We use "Made from + material" (when the material changes its nature, i.e., the original substance can't be seen or left: The lotion is made from aloe Vera. But I have read : "In short, "made with ...
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“made of” or “made with”

The hourglass was made of glassbulbs. The hourglass was made with glassbulbs. Which sentence is more common? I am so confused with their usages.
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How is “made FROM virgin [any material]” possible? Shouldn't it be “made OF virgin”?

What I know about 'made from' and 'made of' is this: Chairs are made of wood - the wood is still wood, you see that AND Paper is made from wood -wood disappears, you don't see wood What I know ...
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“made of ”and “made from”

The Source These people—who may well include you and me—are eating bread made of air, and so, in a sense, are made of air as well. Isn't this supposed to be "made from air" because the air is not ...
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Made of or made from

As far as I know, "made of" is used when the material doesn't change but when it is transformed "made from" should be used. However, I came across the following sentence while reading an article on "...
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to be made of metal vs to be metal

Is there any difference between the following sentences? The ladder is metal. The ladder is metallic. The ladder is made of metal. I have read the construction "to be [material]" for the first time ...
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“Of/from/with” in my sentence

Which preposition should I use in my sentences? Is each of them correct? ''Cheesesticks are made of/with/from cheese and breadcrumbs.'' ''This soup is made with/of/from peas, eggs, cheese and ...