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Phrasal verb "come from"



 
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Phrasal verb "come from" #1 (permalink) Thu Jul 16, 2009 17:48 pm   Phrasal verb "come from"
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #93 "Why Questions", question 3

......... does the word "alphabet" come from?

(a) What
(b) Which
(c) Where
(d) When

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #93 "Why Questions", answer 3

Where does the word "alphabet" come from?

Correct answer: (c) Where
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Phrasal verb "come from" #2 (permalink) Thu Jul 16, 2009 23:59 pm   Phrasal verb "come from"
 

'Come' implies a direction, location, or origin, so use 'Where'.
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