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Pronunciation of From: Learn how to pronounce From in English correctly

Learn how to say From correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word from:

preposition
1indicating the point in space at which a journey, motion, or action starts:
she began to walk away from him
I leapt from my bed
figurative
he was turning the Chamberlain government away from appeasement
indicating the distance between a particular place and another place used as a point of reference:
the ambush occurred 50 metres from a checkpoint
2indicating the point in time at which a particular process, event, or activity starts:
the show will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
3indicating the source or provenance of someone or something:
I’m from Hackney
she rang him from the hotel
she demanded the keys from her husband
indicating the date at which something was created:
a document dating from the thirteenth century
4indicating the starting point of a specified range on a scale:
men who ranged in age from seventeen to eighty-four
indicating one extreme in a range of conceptual variations:
anything from geography to literature
5indicating the point at which an observer is placed:
you can see the island from here
figurative
the ability to see things from another’s point of view
6indicating the raw material out of which something is manufactured:
a paint made from a natural resin
7indicating separation or removal:
the party was ousted from power after sixteen years
8indicating prevention:
the story of how he was saved from death
9indicating a cause:
a child suffering from asthma
10indicating a source of knowledge or the basis for one’s judgement:
information obtained from papers, books, and presentations
11indicating a distinction:
these fees are quite distinct from expenses