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What's the difference of these two and are they used only for the place you originated from?

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    You may want to add some more details about what you mean/what you're looking for as the question is somewhat ambiguous in its current state. – Mou某 Mar 7 at 18:13
  • It seems this question is about the English language, not Chinese. I think this is not the appropriate place for this question. – goPlayerJuggler Mar 25 at 18:21
  • I’m voting to close this question because it's not about the Chinese language. – goPlayerJuggler Mar 25 at 18:23
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Direct translation:

I (am) from -> 我從____
I am from Canada -> 我從加拿大來的
Note: "來的" has to be added at the end to show "從加拿大" is to describe where you came from, or else "我從加拿大" is an incomplete sentence in Mandarin.

I come from -> 我來自____
I came from Canada -> 我來自加拿大

I won't get into too much details on the usage of "從", as that seems to be a different topic from what you're asking.
As for the difference between the two, I can't think of any right now. Just like they both mean the same thing in English.

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