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    I am/come frpm Paris ?

    What is correct : "I am from Paris" or "I come from Paris" or are both correct ?

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    Exclamation Re: I am/come frpm Paris ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    What is correct : "I am from Paris" or "I come from Paris" or are both correct ?
    Both correct but "I have come from Paris" is more natural

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    Re: I am/come frpm Paris ?

    If your home town is Paris, "I am from Paris" and "I come from Paris" are correct. If you have just arrived somewhere from Paris, then "I have come from Paris" is correct.

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