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What is the nationality of a person from South Korea?

South Korean

How do you ask someone to repeat something in English?

Can you say that again, please?

Which country's capital city is Santiago?

Chile

If someone asks 'What does it mean?' they are looking for:

The definition of a word or phrase

Based on the text, what is the correct way to ask a question involving nationality and country?

Are you from Rio? / Are you from Ecuador?

In the text, which sentence correctly represents a negative answer to a question about nationality and country?

No, you are not from Quito.

What is the appropriate way to give an affirmative answer when stating nationality and city?

Yes, I am.

Which option correctly represents forming a sentence indicating a negative nationality and city?

I'm not Brazilian./ You're not from Mexico City.

Study Notes

Nationality and City

  • A person from South Korea is South Korean.
  • To ask someone to repeat something in English, say "Could you repeat that, please?"
  • Santiago is the capital city of Chile.
  • When someone asks "What does it mean?", they are looking for an explanation or clarification.
  • To ask a question involving nationality and country, ask "Where are you from?" or "What's your nationality?"
  • A negative answer to a question about nationality and country is, for example, "I am not from France."
  • To give an affirmative answer when stating nationality and city, say "I am from Seoul, South Korea."
  • A sentence indicating a negative nationality and city would be, for example, "I am not from Paris, France."

Practice common English phrases used in a classroom setting, including greetings, asking for help, and unit objectives. Improve your communication skills with this quiz.

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