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For questions about how certain words, phrases or grammatical aspects are typically used.

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In American English, it depends on context. When speaking of a job or title, 'from' is optional. The following are equivalent: I resigned from my senate seat. I resigned my senate seat. But when t …
answered Mar 15 '16 by Rache