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What would be the opposite of : “They come from different cultures”


They come from the same culture.
They have the same culture.


I think culture and generation use the same prepositions but I’m not sure. Could you tell me what you think please?


1 That show isn't of/from/part of your generation. That's why you don't know it.


2 We’re not [of / part of / from] the same generation.


3 We don’t belong to /aren’t of/from the same generation.


4 We are 2 generations apart/We are of 2 different generations. We don't listen to the same music.


5 This soccer player isn't [of / from] your generation. That's why you don't know him son.



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anonymousWhat would be the opposite of : “They come from different cultures”

They come from the same culture.


1 That show isn't of/from/part of your generation. That's why you don't know it.

2 We’re not [of / part of / from] the same generation.

3 We don’t belong to /aren’t of/from the same generation.

4 We are 2 generations apart/We are of 2 different generations. We don't listen to the same music.

5 This soccer player isn't [of / from] your generation. That's why you don't know him son.

In all cases above, 'of' isn't as idiomatic as the others, but otherwise, they're all OK.

CJ

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