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3.4 Word Groups - HAVE
3.2 Word Groups - H after a Consonant
1.2 Basic Concepts - The Neutral Vowel SCHWA and R Contolled Vowels
1.6 Basic Concepts - Consonants
3.7 Word Groups - T Between two Consonants
2 Single Words - Consonant Groups, Hard C's and G's
1.1 Basic Concepts - Long and Short Vowel Sounds
1.7 Basic Concepts - Silent Letters
3 THE 44 UNIQUE SOUNDS PART 2
5 Word Stress
3.8 Word Groups - FROM
3.6 Word Groups - D followed by Y
2.1 Single Words - TH words and CH words
2.3 Single Words - DGE Words
1.3 Basic Concepts - Mixed Vowels
2 THE 44 UNIQUE SOUNDS PART 1
8 The 24 Consonant Sounds Part 2
3 The 8 Combined Vowel sounds (Diphthongs)
2.5 Single Words - TION words, SION words, and SSION words
1.5 Basic Concepts - Stressed Syllables and SHWA
2.4 Single Words - OUGH words, and AUGH words
2.6 Single Word - Silent L after A, O, U
1.8 Basic Concepts - Summary
7 The 24 Consonant Sounds Part 1
9 The Dominant syllable
3 Word Groups - Sound Blending in Sentences
3.1 Word Groups - T followed by K sound
3.5 Word Groups - D follwed by B
3.3 Word Groups - T followed by Y
1 The Problem - THE VOWEL O
1.4 Basic Concepts - The Vowel Y
2.2 Single Words - Words Using, GHT, UGH, UGHT
2.7 Single Word - The letter A
The word FROM is a preposition, and it's usually not that important in a sentence, so it's often unstressed.
If it comes at the end of the question,
Where are you FROM?
It's unstressed, but it is still pronounced normally frOm.
If it comes in the middle of a sentence, the short O vowel changes to a SCHWA, and frOM is pronounced frUm.
I got it frUm the market.
I got a postcard frUm David.