emerged from


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In general, can I say?

The cat is afraid of the mouse
The chick emerges from the egg
Is my use of preposition correct?
  • My examples show an opinion in general or as something known

    Do my examples represent general statements?
    If the question one is "of"

    Why not the question two not "of also?

    The chick emerges of/ from the egg.
    This is a bit confusing.

    <——-Off-topic comment removed by moderator (Florentia52)——->

    That means, the two examples should be "from or of", but that's another language.
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    Can I say
    The baby emerges to this life with .
    honey spoon

    I mean every thing is good and he is wealthy