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1.6 Survival Phrases Vengo da and Sono di

darrenma007

darrenma007

Hi, In lesson 1.6 Survival Phrases and Pronunciation we studied Vengo da and Sono di. Is it correct to say that I always use Vengo da when referring to a country? And Sono di for a city. Would Vengo da New York be incorrect grammatically?
Maria-DiLorenzi

Maria-DiLorenzi

Ciao Darren you can say "vengo da New York" but I would suggest to follow the general rule of vengo da +country and sono di +city Ciao
darrenma007

darrenma007

Grazie :)

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