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Talking about where you're from

In this video, Emir and Vanya learn more about each other. Listen to the language they use for talking about where they're from and practise saying the useful phrases.

Do the preparation exercise first. Then watch the video and do the exercises to check your understanding and practise the language.



Language level

Beginner: A1


İ am from Azerbaijan.And i live in Ganja.(Azerbaijan's city).Ganja is a beautiful city.There people are friendly and hospitality.İ am very happy i live in there.Ganja is the second biggest city in Azerbaijan.İ love this city❤️

I was born in MO but live in BG.
It is mostly cool and not very hot. It doesn't rain heavily like in MO and most streets are in good condition. However, the city is quite small with lots of old buildings. The eating places and shopping malls are always overcrowded; unlike MO there isn't enough space for recreation and relaxation. Nevertheless, I love it here!

I was born in Cairo, but I live in Gharbia. it's not very big city, but i love it very much. A lot of people here are very kind and friendly. We all love to help people. I like to live in the country. there's a pure air and fresh food and healthy atmosphere.

I'm from Viet Nam. My country has famous about nice beaches and delicious cuisines such as Vietnamese bread and Pho.

I was born in Casablanca in Morocco, but I live in Seville. Seville is a beautiful city with lots of green parks. The people are nice and friendly. You can't be bored because there is always something interesting to do or to see.. Events, parties, holidays, people are joyful and enjoy life to the fullest. They don't live to work, they work to live and that is what I like most about them.

I'm from Myanmar.It's wonderful.There's always sometimes interesting to do and people are really friendly.

I was born in istanbul. It is a big and crowded city the same time very beautiful.

I'm from Kyiv (Ukraine). I live here since I was born. It's the capital of our country, the largest and one of the oldest cities in Ukraine. It has a long and colorful history. So many things have happened here through the years. In recent centuries we were occupied but Russia but now we're finally free. Honestly, I can't tell you that my city looks like I want it. We have plenty of problems here: old buildings and infrastructure, a lot of garbage and ugly billboards on the streets. But still, Kyiv is a beautiful place with lots of parks and garden squares, friendly people (not all though), superb Dnipro river and numerous of the beauties of the city.

I'm from Indonesia. It's a big country and consist of billion island.

I live in Iraq, exactly is in Habbaniyah city.

It's wonderful and there are lot's of interesting things to do, the people are really nice or friendly and it's sounds like a nice place to live in it.