Lesson Transcript

Let's practice. 
Imagine you’re Jack Jones from London.
Respond to Paolo Parisi ’s question.
Ready?
Paolo Parisi : Di dov'è?
Jack Jones: Sono di Londra.
Listen again and repeat.
Jack Jones: Sono di Londra.
Jack Jones: Sono di Londra.
Let’s try another.
Imagine you're Emma Esposito from Seattle.
Ready?
Paolo Parisi : Di dov'è?
Emma Esposito: Sono di Seattle.
Listen again and repeat.
Emma Esposito: Sono di Seattle.
Emma Esposito: Sono di Seattle.
Let’s try one more.
Imagine you're Felice Angelini from Rome.
Ready?
Paolo Parisi : Di dov'è?
Felice Angelini: Sono di Roma.
Listen again and repeat.
Felice Angelini: Sono di Roma.
Felice Angelini: Sono di Roma.
This is the end of this lesson. 
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Well done! Now you know how to tell where you’re from in Italian. 
That’s all there is to it.
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