come from (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb come from (2).

Meaning: to be made in or obtained from a particular place or thing

For example:

  • come from sb/sth Most of the world's oil comes from the Middle East.

  • come from sb/sth My three-year-old daughter looked up to me and said, "Daddy, where do babies come from?"

Quick Quiz:

Honey comes from

a. honey bears

b. sandwiches

c. bee hives

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