comment distinguer <où> et <d'où>?
You use " d'où " when you need to put " de ", otherwise it's only " où" . You use only où to locate something or a period of time, and you need to put de when you need to stress on the origin, the cause, the source of something.
Où se trouve Paris ? En france. I wanna know where is Paris.
D'où es tu ? Je suis de Paris. I wanna know where you come from .
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