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Role playing 2

Role play : Where do you live?
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Female student: Michael, where are you from?
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Male Student: I’m from Canada.
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Female studen: Where do you live?
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Male Student: I live in Vancouver. Did you enjoy the video? We’ve studied the expressions used to ask someone we just met for the first time about their nationality and hometown. Let’s practice these expressions one more time.
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Good. This time let’s practice with the female student’s part of the dialogue.
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Well done. Now try to practice using the name of your country and city.
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Female student: Michael, where are you from?
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Male Student: I’m from Canada.
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Female studen: Where do you live?
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Male Student: I live in Vancouver.

We’ve studied the expressions used to ask someone we just met for the first time about their nationality and hometown. Now try to practice using the name of your country and city through Role playing.

you can choose a character (Michael or Jenny) try to practice one more time.

1) Michael’s part of the dialogue

  • 제니: 마이클 씨는 어느 나라 사람이에요?

  • 마이클: __ 사람이에요.

  • 제니: 어디에 살아요?

  • 마이클: __ 에 살아요.

2) Jenny’s part of the dialogue

  • 제니: 마이클 씨는 __?

  • 마이클: 캐나다 사람이에요.

  • 제니: __?

  • 마이클: 밴쿠버에 살아요.

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