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Fui de, fuimos de

Since when is the past tense of "ir" together with "de" used to mean "left", as in I left my house? And, if that is commonly used, why is the translation "I went from my house" incorrect_

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6 years ago

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https://www.duolingo.com/Kezmifa

It's kinda like saying "I went from somewhere", but obviously Duolingo wants you to think of it as left. It's probably easier to think of it as "left"

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Reply5 years ago