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Since an English is not my native laungauge, I, therefore, have been struggling with chosing the right preposition. In this case, from or out of. Whenever I need to use this kind of preposition, the first one that always comes to my mind is from. The majority of people, on the other hand, use out of. For instance, out of my pocket, out of nothing. My question then would be"What is the difference, if any, between from and out of, and if there is any, please kindly explain to me when each of them is used?

Thank you in advance for your help and, of course, your valuable time.
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Hi eagerness,

I think the best thing for you to do is write a few sentences and we can let you know if one sound more natural.
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"I glanced up at the balcony again, then I pulled my little roller out of my pocket." Could "out of" in this sentence be replaced with from so that the meaning of the sentence wouldn't change?

Thank you.