1. Knarfia

    Knarfia New Member

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    Off of or just off?

    Discussion in 'Word Mechanics' started by Knarfia, Nov 4, 2012.

    wiping grease off a parmesan shaker

    or:

    wiping grease off of a parmesan shaker

    What say ye? Thanks
     
  2. Edward M. Grant

    Edward M. Grant Senior Member

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    I would just use 'off'.
     
  3. Rubyclaire

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    Use only "off"!!
     
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    'off of' is bad grammar...
     
  5. Knarfia

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