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I am from Texas
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
a. soy de Texas
I am from Texas, but I am not a cowboy.Soy de Texas, pero no soy vaquero.
b. vengo de Texas
Even though I am from Texas, it isn't my favorite state.Aunque vengo de Texas, no es mi estado favorito.
c. soy de Tejas
I am from Texas, and I am proud.Soy de Tejas, y soy orgulloso de ello.
d. vengo de Tejas
I am not used to the mountains because I am from Texas.No estoy acostumbrado a las montañas porque soy de Tejas.
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