1. I know we can say 'Take your books OUT OF your school bags.'. Is it also possible to say 'Take your books FROM your school bags.' with the same meaning?
2. For instance, firstly, if I meet an English man in Paris and ask him: 'Where are you from?' , his answer will be: 'I am from England.'. Secondly, if a Londoner meets, in London, somebody living in Manchester, and asks him: 'Where are you from?', the latter will answer: ' I am from Manchester.'
A. Does 'Where are you from?' not only mean 'Which country are you from?' but also 'Which town are you from?'?
B. Does 'Where are you from?' can also mean 'Which home town are you from?'