The sun rises from the east. Is there the use of from corrector not.

tell me wheather I can use from in the sentence-The sun rises from the east. Explain it.
hitendrasingh
Asked Dec 01, 2012
"From" is the point of origination like, "I came here FROM Europe."

At sunrise, I could say "The sun is rising IN the east." At noon, I could say, "The sun came FROM the east and is now overhead" but neither would be true in fact. The sun doesn't move at all, the Earth rotates toward the east.
Rob
Answered Dec 01, 2012
The sun shine is a beautiful scenery in east Asia, you enjoy by traveling to Vietnam, Cambodia etc. We offer bicycle tour to these countries for extraordinary amusement of tour. http://vietnamadventurecycling.com
vietnamadventur
Answered Feb 29, 2016
I am not a native speaker, I agree with Rob.

But now I'm learning more than a kind of language, so may some language hint other than the sentence?

As my guess, Latin style will be academic or not?

Descaplace
Answered Oct 20, 2016

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