son de
1. (used to express origin) 
Conocí a Patricia y Raquel. Son de México.I met Patricia and Raquel. They're from Mexico.
¿De dónde son los nuevos alumnos? - Son de España.Where do the new students come from? - They come from Spain.
c. you're from (formal) (singular) 
Ustedes son de Lima, ¿verdad?You're from Lima, aren't you?
2. (used to express possession) 
a. no direct translation 
¿Son de usted estos zapatos?Are these your shoes?
Esa camiseta es de Juan.That T-shirt is Juan's.
3. (used to indicate composition or material) 
Los oboes son instrumentos de viento y son de madera.Oboes are wind instruments and they're made of wood.
4. (used to indicate who one supports) 
Estos chicos vienen de Detroit y son de los Pistons.These boys come from Detroit and they root for the Pistons.
b. you root for (formal) (singular) 
Ustedes son del Manchester, ¿no?You root for Manchester, don't you?
5. (used to indicate association) 
¿Quiénes son? - Son del MIT.Who are they? - They're at the MIT.
Tenemos el hotel lleno con un grupo. Son de Amazon.The hotel is fully booked by a group. They're from Amazon.
c. you're from (formal) (singular) 
Si son de la UNAM, acompáñenme, por favor.If you're from the UNAM, please come with me.
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