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Understanding expressions 2

Understanding expressions: Where do you live?
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Prof.
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Ahn: Let’s practice more. Anna, where are you from?
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Anna: I’m from Russia. Prof.
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Ahn: Where do you live?
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Anna: I live in Moscow. Prof.
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Ahn: Ok, ‘eodi-e sarayo’ is the expression used when asking someone where they live. When asked ‘eodie sarayo’ you have to answer with the name of the city you live in, followed by ‘-e sarayo’. If you live in New York you’ll have to say ‘ New York-e sarayo”. Well then, let’s practice some more. Prof.
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Ahn: Joel, where do you live?
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Joel: I live in Jamsil. Professor Ahn, where do you live? Prof.
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Ahn: I live in Seoul. Prof.
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Ahn: Well done. Everyone, let’s practice one more time. Where do you live?

‘어디에 살아요?(Where do you live?)’ is the expression used when asking someone where they live. When asked ‘어디에 살아요?’ you have to answer with the name of the city you live in, followed by ‘~에 살아요.’.

Example)

  • A : 안나 씨, 어느 나라 사람이에요?

  • B : 러시아 사람이에요.

  • A : 어디에 살아요?

  • B : 모스크바 에 살아요.

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