What differrence between "made of" and "made from"?

"This table is made of wood." "Bread is made from wheat" What difference between them?
7 years ago
Asked 7 years ago
Ken

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+ We use made from when the materials used to make it have been completely changed and can't be recognized. Ex: Bread is made from wheat. + We use made of when the materials used to make it haven't been completely changed and can still be recognized. Ex: This table is made of wood.
Answered 7 years ago
English Teacher

It's all perfectly explained in the link below, and guess what... All it took me was a Google search! (*hint*) http://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/made-from-made-of-made-out-of-made-with
Answered 7 years ago
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