Can I say"Mon oncle vient du havre" as both my uncle comes from have and my uncle is coming from Havre??

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Tanusree

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2 December 2018

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Can I say"Mon oncle vient du havre" as both my uncle comes from have and my uncle is coming from Havre??

This question relates to:
French lesson "Using 'à' (to/in) and 'de' (from/of) with cities (prepositions)"

Tanusree

Kwiziq community member

2 December 2018

2/12/18

My uncle comes from Havre and my uncle is coming from Havre?

Cécile

Kwiziq language super star

3 December 2018

3/12/18

Hi Tanusree, 

'My uncle comes from Le Havre' (originates from) and

'My uncle is coming from le Havre today' would both be:

'Mon oncle vient du Havre' in French  

but the context would clarify which meaning applies...

Hope this helps!

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