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Hello,

can anyone tell me if the is a rule describing when I have to use "of" or "from". Thanks.
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Hi, I think everyone on that side of the world is asleep, and I am not so good at explanations, but if you give me a sentence I will try to advise.
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It's not just one sentence. I need a general rule.
I have an example. Pls. tell me the correct version and why it's correct.

1. Has anyone of you a valid offer from HP

2. Has anyone of you a valid offer of HP

3. Has anyone from you a valid offer from HP

4. Has anyone from you a valid offer of HP
None of them are grammatically correct.
May I suggest;
"Have any of you had a valid offer from HP?"
or
"Has any one of you had a valid offer from HP?"

No doubt as others with more qualification awake, some explanations will be given.
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