Where are you from?
Listen and practice.
David: Hello, I’m David Garza. I’m a new
Beth: Hi. My name is Elizabeth Silva,
butplease call me Beth.
David: OK. Where are you from, Beth?
Beth: Brazil. How about you?
David: I’m from Mexico.
Beth: Oh, I love Mexico! It’s really
David: Thanks. So is Brazil!
Beth:Oh, good. Sun Hee is here.
David: Who’s Sun Hee?
Beth: She’s my classmate. We’re in
the same math class.
David: Where’s she from?
Beth: South Korea. Let’s go and say
hello. Sorry, what’s yourlast name again? Garcia?
David: Actually, it’s Garza.
Beth: How do you spell that?
A Match the questions with the responses. Listen andcheck.
Then practice with a partner. Give your own information.
1. I’m sorry. What’s your name again? . . . . . . . . a. S-I-L-V-A.
2. What do people call you? . . . . . . . . b. It’s ElizabethSilva.
3. How do you spell your last name? . . . . . . . . c. Everyone calls me Beth.
B Group work Introduce yourself with your full name. Use the
expressions above. Make a list of names for yourgroup.
A: Hi! I’m Yuriko Noguchi.
B: I’m sorry. What’s your last name again? . . .
What’s Seoul like?
A Listen and practice.
Beth: Sun Hee, this is David Garza. He’sa new club member from Mexico.
Sun Hee: Nice to meet you, David. I’m Sun
David: Hi. So, you’re from South Korea?
Sun Hee: That’s right. I’m from Seoul.
David: That’s cool. What’sSeoul like?
Sun Hee: It’s really nice. It’s big and very
B Listen to the rest of the conversation.
What city is David from? What’s it like?
Final consonant sounds are often linked to
the vowels that follow them.
I’m a new club member. Sun Hee is over there. My name is Elizabeth Silva.
Statements with be