Can I use "since scene fourteen" or "from scene fourteen" instead?
In this context, "from" can be used to replace "with" without changing the meaning of the sentence. "Since," however, is not appropriate here. While "from" and "since" are synonyms, "since" means from a specific past time until now, which is not relevant to the current context. Ex: Let's start from the top. Ex: Let's start with question one from the test.
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