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|present participle||coming from|
|past tense||came from|
|past participle||come from|
The serum comes from a tropical plant.
Opposition may also come from hardliners within his own party.
I can't tell where the noise is coming from, can you?
My parents came from Italy.
His air of confidence came from his firm belief that he was the best candidate for the job.
It's the kind of accident that comes from being careless.
Coming from him, that's praise indeed!
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