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Lesson 32

Where do you live?

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Level: Intermediate

Lesson contents:

- Another common use of the Present Simple
- Prepositions
- Brief intro to the Present Perfect
- Expression "Born and raised"

Always watch the video without subtitles first in order to train your ears! It's a good idea to watch several times until you feel the "music", before watching the version with subtitles. Your pronunciation will be much better if you follow this rule.


Exercises for this lesson:


How to do the lessons:
  1. Watch the video without subtitles.
  2. Do all the Exercises.
  3. Come back to this page.
  4. Watch the video with English Subtitles. Use the Pause button. People speak fast!


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Where do you live?
Watch this video, then click on Exercise 1


Same video with Precise Subtitles
Do the exercises before watching this video with subtitles.




Birgit Ferran, a Real English friend & contributor, created the special flash exercises for this lesson. They're excellent! She has many talents. She lives and works in Spain. She's a high-tech educator who illustrates a tiny bit of the huge spectrum of her abilities, with a most humble attitude, as seen in these Flash Exercises based on Real English video 32. Many thanks to Birgit for her contribution!

On this page you will find the long version of the clip for intermediatestudents. In the short version for beginners, you will also meet Alejandra from the Dominican Republic. The exercises are based on both versions.

What does Alejandra find most difficult thing about learning English? She's obviously not a native speaker of English. But she speaks correctly, with her native accent.

Personal note: I didn't know what picture to use for this page, since I haven't got a photo of Birgitt, so I simply added a picture which shows where I live (on the left). I made a very short slideshow showing the house I built, where I still live now.