But sadly not wholly accurate for everyday English.Thank you. It was a complete and clear explanation.
You might have read it in post #3 in this thread. Like most English language rules, it is not correct - because the English language is not a system of logic, but an evolved and evolving means of expressing thoughts and communicating information. As PaulQ wrote, if you choose to always use "die of", you will get along fine with native English speakers.I heard, read... that people die OF
deceasedisease, but FROM external causes like injuries, wounds and so on. Is that right? Thank you for your contributions.