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11 March 2019
How about the difference between 'être de' and 'venir de'?
Are these sentences correct?
Je suis de France/ Je suis de la France/ Je suis du Japon
Can 'être de' be followed by state/city/region/direction (le Nord, L'Est)?
This question relates to:French lesson "Venir de, d', du, des + country / state / region = To come/be from"
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