d'Anglaterre or En Anglaterre?

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d'Anglaterre or En Anglaterre?

Hello, 

If I were to say: I come from England, would it be

je viens d'Anglaterre 

In which case, I would use 'de' instead of 'en'

Asked 4 years ago
MaartenC1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor Correct answer

Yes, except for the typo - «Je viens d'Angleterre» for I come from England. Because "Angleterre" is feminine «en» will be used for «Je vais en Angleterre» (for I go to England). 

d'Anglaterre or En Anglaterre?

Hello, 

If I were to say: I come from England, would it be

je viens d'Anglaterre 

In which case, I would use 'de' instead of 'en'

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