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Meaning of "suffering of migraine"



 
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Meaning of "suffering of migraine" #1 (permalink) Thu Jul 27, 2006 16:41 pm   Meaning of "suffering of migraine"
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #91 "Using Prepositions", question 3

He's been suffering ......... migraine headaches again.

(a) with
(b) from
(c) of
(d) about

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #91 "Using Prepositions", answer 3

He's been suffering from migraine headaches again.

Correct answer: (b) from

Your answer was: incorrect
He's been suffering of migraine headaches again.
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Hi
I always mix up with my first language which is French.
From mean : cause
of : mean de
souffrir a caude de migraine, ou souffrir de migraine..

Lise
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To suffer from #2 (permalink) Thu Jul 27, 2006 16:58 pm   To suffer from
 

In English, you suffer from or are ill with:

She suffers from constant headaches; he suffers from not being able to drive a car.
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