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'du' meaning some vs 'du' meaning of/from

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Most of the time :  Some Bread :)

Ex  : Je mange du pain. I eat some bread

Puis-je avoir  du pain s'il vous plaît ? May  I have some bread please ?

But it can also mean "from the bread"


Ex :

Je suis malade. Je pense que cela vient du pain que j'ai mangé il y a quelques heures.

I am ill. I think it comes from the bread I ate few hours ago.

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