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    coming from

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-He was coming home from swimming.
    2-He was coming home from swimming practice.
    3-He was coming home from jogging.

    He had finished his swimming/swimming practice/jogging and was now coming home.

    4-He was coming from swimming.

    5-He was coming from swimming practice.

    Same meaning but we don't know where he was coming.

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    Navi.

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    Re: coming from

    As an NES but not a teacher, I have no problems, personally, with any of the sentences given.

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    R21

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