Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Macao"

Synonyms of "Macao" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I'm from Macao and I'm from a cow ?
A: There would be a slight pause in the /m/ sound between "from" and "Macau". That and the context would avoid any confusion, very few people are from a cow.

Other questions about "Macao"

Q: I've called Macao but they didn't answer it. It's hard to distinguish my admission letter from paper one. Isn't it? does this sound natural?
A: I've called Macao but they didn't answer. It's hard to distinguish my admission letter from a paper one, isn't it?

Im assuming Macao is either a person or a business but I got rid of “it” as it’s not necessary so the sentence is natural. Also added other small things to make it more natural, should be good now!
Q: I've called Macao but they didn't answer it. It's hard to distinguish my admission letter from paper one. Isn't it? does this sound natural?
A: I've tried to call (or “ring”) Macao but I received no answer. It's hard to distinguish my admission letter from a paper one, isn't it?
Q: I'm coming, Macao. does this sound natural?
A:Macao, here I come!” (I’m assuming you’re going to Macao)

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