Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
1. Which is correct:
a) "Are those flowers OF your garden?"
b) "Are those flowers FROM your garden?"
a) Is this sentence correct:
"The more colourful a bouquet, the more I like iot."
b) And is there a word other than 'colourful' but with the same meaning?
- John PLv 710 months agoFavourite answer
It must be "from your garden". In many languages the word for "of" and for "from" is the same word, so I can understand your confusion.
Good luck in learning to speak English.
- Anonymous10 months ago
By colorful, do you mean with brighter colors or with more variety of flowers?