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This film will be shown shortly.
This film will be played shortly.
I hope he'll succeed in his work.
I hope he'll succeed at his work.

A person succeeds to a property, a title, or an office: Queen Elizabeth II succeeded to the throne in 1952. Also one person can succeed another.

Amy is taller than her brother.
Amy is taller from her brother.

Adjectives (or adverbs) in the comparative are followed by than and not by from.

Since he came, we're happy.
Since he came, we've been happy

The verb after a since clause of time is generally in the present perfect tense.

Nick gave me some good advice.
Nick gave me some good advices.

When we mean only one thing we say a piece of advice: Let me give you a piece of advice.

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