Russian prepositions от and из
The prepositions из (с) are used when you are speaking about going from a place to a place.
If the noun is used with the preposition на in the Accusative and the Prepositional case, it is going to be used with the preposition с in the Genitive case.
Я еду с дачи в Москву. I am going from my country house to Moscow.
If the noun is used with the preposition в in the Accusative and the Prepositional case, it is going to be used with the preposition из in the Genitive case.
Я еду из магазина домой. I am going home from a shop.
The preposition от is used when you are leaving a place where somebody is.
Я иду от доктора домой. I am going home from the doctor's.
Мы едем от Ивановых. We are going back from the Ivanovs.
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