Where are you From?




city blond girlfriend
farm crowded spring (2)
glass summer autumn/fall
hat young middle-aged
old beard senior citizen
coat jacket husband
hot warm city square
cold winter boutique
scarf street alleyway
alley weather umbrella
rain beard traffic lights
sun sunny boyfriend
rainy window mustache
hair red hair short hair
town foot-feet long hair
walk friend black hair
tree forest shopping
plaza cool (3) city center
day T-shirt brunette
sister knight traffic signs
alone traffic automobile
car parents intersection
night park (2) pedestrian
shop sign (3) bicycle-bike
wife answer sidewalk
store village grandfather
shirt stroller grandmother
brick wooden hairstyle
pants brother child-children
talk question couple (2)
ask building boulevard






Presenter: “What’s your name?”
Craig: “My name is Craig.
Presenter: “How are you?”
Craig: “I’m very well, thank you.”
Presenter: “Where are you from?
Craig: “I’m from Glasgow?
Presenter: “Where’s Glasgow?”
Craig: “Glasgow in Scotland.”

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Host: “What’s your name?”
Louise: “My name’s Louise, and this is Laura.”
Host: “How are you?”
Louise: “I’m fine.”
Host: “Where are you from?”
Louise: “I’m from Manchester.”
Host: “Where’s Manchester?”
Louise: “Manchester is in the UK”

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Interviewer: “What’s your name?”
David: “My name is David Ziyambi.”
Interviewer: “How are you?”
David: “I’m fine, thank you.”
Interviewer: “Where are you from?”
David: “I’m from Harare.”
Interviewer: “Where’s Harare?”
David: “Harare is in Zimbabwe.”

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Journalist: “What’s your name?”
Sarah: “My name is Sarah.”
Journalist: “How are you?”
Sarah: “I’m fine, thank you.”
Journalist: “Where are you from?”
Sarah: “I’m from London.”
Journalist: “Where’s London?”
Sarah: “London’s in England.”

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Reporter: “What’s your name?”
Mark: “My name is Mark?”
Reporter: “How are you?”
Mark: “I’m well.”
Reporter: “Where are you from?”
Mark: “I’m from Calgary.”
Reporter: “Where’s Calgary?”
Mark: “Calgary is in Canada.”

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Host: “What’s your name?”
Conal: “My name is Conal, and this is Aoibhin.”
Host: “How are you?”
Conal: “I’m fine, thanks.”
Host: “Where are you from?”
Conal: “I am from Belfast, and Aoibhin is from Dundalk.”
Host: “Where are Belfast and Dundalk?”
Conal: “Belfast is in Northern Ireland and Dundalk is in Southern Ireland.”

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Interviewer: “What’s your name?”
Victor: “I’m Victor.
Interviewer: “How are you?”
Victor: “I’m fine, thank you.”
Interviewer: “Where are you from?”
Victor: “I’m from Osnabrück.”
Interviewer: “Where’s Osnabrück?”
Victor: “It’s in Germany.”

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Journalist: “What’s your name?
Fiona: “My name is Fiona Albarracin.”
Journalist: “How are you?”
Fiona: “I’m very well, today thank you.”
Journalist: “Where are you from?”
Fiona: “I’m from Bolton.”
Journalist: “Where’s Bolton?”
Fiona: “Bolton is in Lancashire in England.”

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Britain, Great Britain, United Kingdom. Did the video take place in the country, a farm, village, town, city or big city?

England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland. The presenter asked one person, one question. True or false? What questions did the presenter ask people?

Argentina, Brazil, Chile. What season was it? What month of the year was it? Describe the weather. Was it hot, warm, cool or cold?

Canada, Mexico, United States. Louise and Laura look the same. Yes or no?

Australia, New Zealand. Is there only one Ireland?

South Africa, Zimbabwe. Were all the people women? Where they all British? Were they all White?

India, Pakistan, Bangladesh. All the people were alone. Is this right or wrong?

Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar. Were all the people from England? Which countries were mentioned?

Turkey, Iraq, Iran. How did all the people feel? They felt happy, sad, scared, tired, lonely, surprised, worried, shocked, okay, angry, frustrated?
Russia, Belarus. What’s your name?

Colombia, Ecuador, Peru. Where are you from? Where is . . . . .?

Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland. Is everyone in your town or city local? Are there any foreigners or outsiders? Where do the foreigners come from?

Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya. Do people usually walk alone; with their friends, with their girlfriend, boyfriend, husband or wife; or with their families; with their dogs; or all of the above?

Spain, Italy, Greece. People like to talk to strangers. Yes or no?

China, Japan, Korea. Can people in your town or city speak English?

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