Di dove sei? / Di dov’é? – “Where are you from?” – Coffee Break Italian To Go Episode 2

Di dove sei? / Di dov’é? – “Where are you from?” – Coffee Break Italian To Go Episode 2


Hello everyone and welcome
to a new episode of Coffee Break Italian To Go! Today’s question is: Di dove sei?
Where are you from?
(informal) Di dov’è?
Where are you from?
(formal) I’ll repeat. Alright, let’s listen to people’s answers. [Try listening the first time through without subtitles.
You can listen with subtitles later in the video.] That’s great! And now let’s see all the answers with the subtitles. I’m from Naples. I was born in Genoa. I’m from Ferrara. I’m Tuscan, I live in Lucca. I’m from the province of Milan, I live in Cormano. I’m from Milan. I’m from Milan too. I was born in Udine and I live in Milan. I am from Milan, but my mum is from Venice. I am from Milan, my dad is from Venice,
and my mum is half Sardinian. I’m from Rosignano Solvay, in the province of Livorno,
in Tuscany. I come from Egypt but I was born in Italy. I come from a small town in the south of Milan. I live in Gaggiano, in the province of Milan. I’m from Paderno Dugnano, it the province of Milan. I’m also from the same city, because we are sisters. I was born in the south of Italy, I’m from Bari,
and I’ve lived in Milan for thirty years. I’m from Rome. I am from Sassari, and he, Pietro,
is a bit from Rome, is a bit from Sassari, and now he lives in Milan. And now, it’s your turn! I want to ask you a question. Where are you from? Fantastic! And that’s all for today, see you in the next episode of Coffee Break Italian To Go. Bye!

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