OK. The weekend is over and it's time to get up and start another week. Here's your Monday WordMaster to help you get started.

COME FROM      ~出身

When you ask someone about their "hometown" or the place where they
were born, you can use the phrase come from. We generally 
don't ask, "Where is your country?"

生まれ故郷がどこか聞きたいとき、come from を使います。普通、Where 
is your country?(あなたの国はどこですか)とは言いません。

1. My mother comes from India and my father comes from Portugal.

2. Brian comes from Quebec, so he speaks excellent English and French. 

3. I know your wife is Italian, Tom, but where do you come from
Now, have a wonderful day!