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    what part are you from

    I think of a dialogue between the two person from different countries of the world.

    A: Where are you from?
    B: I from France.
    A: What part of are from?
    B: I from south France, Marsilia.

    Is the question enquiring about the other person if they are from south or north and their city?

    Would you explain this?

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    Re: what part are you from

    Quote Originally Posted by hhtt21 View Post
    A: Where are you from?
    B: I am from France.
    A: What part (of France) are you from?
    B: I am from the south (of France), from Marseilles.
    Note my corrections, above.

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