Asked • 05/07/19

からだけ vs "だけから", which is grammatical?

Good afternoon all, I was wondering when we chain particles, should "から" come before "だけ", or should it be the other way round? For example, I'm expecting a mail from 健一, a mail from 健二, and a mail from 健三 (total 3 mails). However only the mail from 健二 arrived. Which sentence below should be used to describe the situation? : 1. 健二からだけ(が)きた。 1. 健二だけから(が)きた。

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