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    Where are your parents now? I say: South of the country. Can you say that?

    Where are your parents now? I say:

    South of the country.

    Can you say that?

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    Re: Where are your parents now? I say: South of the country. Can you say that?

    No. That would mean the parents are in the country to the south of that country in which the speakers are. (Eg. speakers are in France, and the parents are in Spain.) You might mean "in the south of the country" (ie. in the south of France).

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