It's a long story, but I want to say: 'A Russian girl licked cake off of my nipple at the party last night.' I was a little confused how to consturct it, in particular, the 'off of' part. I was debating, 1. 'dinilahan ng russinan na babae ng cake ang utong ko sa party kagabi.' or, 2. 'Dumila ang russian na babae ng cake sa/nasa utong ko sa party kagabi' With onstruction 2, I wasn't sure between 'nasa' or 'sa.' Anyway, trying to construct this sentence made me realise, I don't really confident to say 'off of' or 'from.' Ex: 'He took the book off of the table' or 'The woman bought her car from the new car dealership in town' Any help would be great!