Where Are You From?

Updated: Feb 23

(This is the transcript of the video below - "Where are you from?" Part 2)



Hi and welcome! This is Teacher Dom, and I would like to ask you, "where are you from?"
This is the lesson which is going to teach you how to ask people where they are from: Which country they are from.
So, where are you from?
Where do you come from?
Where are you from?
I'm from England.
I'm British.
Where are you from?
I'm from Italy. I'm Italian.
Where is she from?
She's from Italy.
How about you?
Where are you from?
Where do you come from?
In English, we ask these questions:
Where are you from? Where do you come from?
And when we want to ask the other person we say,
How about you? Where do you come from?
That's it from me, Teacher Dom.
Stay tuned. That means, keep in touch with my website. To find out more about how to speak English really well.

Thanks for watching. See you soon! (End of video transcript.)


In English, this is a useful dialogue to start a conversation with someone we meet for the first time:

"Hi, where are you from?"
"Hello, I'm from..." (and then you say the name of your country.)

Here's a list of some countries and nationalities:


  • Nationality - Country

  • American - America

  • Austrian - Austria

  • Australian - Australia

  • Belgian - Belgium

  • Brazilian - Brazil

  • Bulgarian - Bulgaria

  • British - Great Britain

  • Chinese - China

  • Cuban - Cuba

  • Canadian - Canada

  • Danish - Denmark

  • Dutch - Holland

  • English - England

  • Egyptian - Egypt

  • Finnish - Finland

  • French - France

  • German - Germany

  • Greece - Greek

  • Hungarian - Hungary

  • Indian - India

  • Irish - Ireland

  • Israeli - Israel

  • Italian - Italian

  • Japanese - Japan

  • Kuwaiti - Kuwait

  • Malaysian - Malaysia

  • Moroccan - Morocco

  • New Zealander - New Zealand

  • Norwegian - Norwegian

  • Pakistani - Pakistan

  • Portuguese - Portugal

  • Polish - Poland

  • Russian - Russia

  • Saudi Arabian - Saudi Arabia

  • Scottish - Scotland

  • Spanish - Spain

  • Swiss - Switzerland

  • Thai - Thailand

  • Turkish - Turkey

  • Vietnamese - Vietnam

  • Welsh - Wales

  • Zambian - Zambia

Coming soon to this blog, an update with a video on how to pronounce the countries and nationalities.


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