I don't know how to distinguish the two. ᅲ ᅲ Even if you keep looking at the context to distinguish it, both seem natural, but if you interpret it naturally, it becomes completely different. What should I do? The result in is a result of ~, which means cause, subject is the cause, followed by the result from ~. Are you saying that the subject is the result and the latter is the cause? How should I interpret the result from? I'm confused because it's my first time... crying
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