can you use this for something else than a physical place? For instance: what is this coming from? from my wildest dreams.
You can express a lot of things:
Miből gondolod, hogy nem voltam otthon? - What makes you think I wasn't home?
Miből lehet finanszírozni a növekedést, mielőtt az önfenntartóvá nem válik? -
From where can we obtain funding for growth before it becomes self-sustaining?
What do you do for a living? - Miből élsz/életek?
For translating ... coming from? i would rather use the word "honnan".
Where are you coming from? - Honnan jösz/jöttök?
What is this coming from? - Ez honnan jön? From my wildest dreams. - A legvadabb álmaimból.
The tips say 'bol' means 'out of' that it can be translated as 'out of'. So I translated the above sentence as 'Out of what':. Reject!!!! They want 'from what'.
You never hear such a construction always and only that What from.Please native English speaker how did you miss such mistakes but the otherrs too
No, native English speakers might say "From what?" I'd agree that "What from?" is more common, but in these two-word questions, either order is possible.