Be Aware – Lesson 2

This Be Aware Lesson is based on the conversation, Annette 1 – Where are you from?.

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This lesson has two sections:


Section A – Grammar Explanations with Examples

Sometimes when you are listening to something in English, you can understand it, but you cannot say it. You are not able to reproduce what you hear with correct grammar. It is important to be aware of grammar and the correct way to use words. It helps you to communicate more clearly. This saves time and prevents misunderstandings.

Let’s look at some examples:

What is your name?
How are you called?

The first one is the normal way to answer the question. The second one is an old way of speaking, which we do not use any more except on stage.

Try this one:

Where are you from?
Where do you come from?
Where do you hail from?
Where are you coming from?

The first two phrases have the same meaning. The third one is a colorful way of speaking. It is old. It is not common. The last one is “present continuous tense.” We use it if we meet a friend who is coming from work or coming from school or coming from home and we want to know where he is coming from now. We do not use it to ask a person we just met where that person comes from.

Look at this one:

Where in America?
What part of America?

If we know somebody comes from America but we want to know what place, there are two ways to ask the question:

Where in America are you from?
What part of America are you from?

If we want to check the location of that place by comparing it with another place nearby, we can say:

that’s near
that’s close to
that’s not far from

They all have about the same meaning.

What do these places have in common?


The first four are Scandinavian countries. They are all part of the area, which we call Scandinavia. Scandinavia is in northern Europe. Danish, Swedish and Norwegian are very similar languages. People from those countries can understand each other easily.

Finnish is not easy for them to understand. It is very different. Linguists think it is related to Estonian and Hungarian and perhaps Turkish. What family does your language belong to? Write and tell me about your language in the comments section below.

Look at the next pair of phrases:

kind of
sort of

They both mean the same thing. They both mean “about.” In the conversation below the phrase is used in an unusual way. In this conversation it is used to hesitate without saying anything.

Do these phrases mean the same thing?

close to Germany
near Germany
next to Germany

They might mean the same thing but not necessarily. “Next to Germany” is more specific. It means on the border.

Do you know the difference between these phrases?

on the mainland
on an island
it is an island

The first one means on the main part. Some countries have many islands. China has a mainland, which is the main part. Europe also has a mainland, which is the main part.

“On an island” means a city or village, which is on an island. “It is an island” means the whole place is an island.

Look at this group of words and phrases:

mainland Europe
the European mainland
the European Union.
The European Community.
The EU

Europe stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Ural Mountains. We generally say that the UK is in Europe but “mainland Europe” excludes islands like Britain and Ireland. The European Union is the name of the economic and political organization, which we call the EU. The old name was the EEC, which stands for “European Economic Community”.

Finally, look at these ones:

Can you speak _______?
Are you able to speak _______?
Do you know any ______?

If we ask somebody if they can speak a language, we might ask:

Can you speak German?
Are you able to speak German?
Do you know any German?

They all have approximately the same meaning.

If you ask someone if they can speak a language, they might answer with one of the expressions below. They are in descending order of ability. Check your dictionary if you do not know them all.

a lot
quite a lot
a fair bit
a bit
a little bit

There are several ways to say “yes”:


There are also many ways to say “no”:


There are also many ways to say “thank you”:

thank you
thanks heaps
thanks a lot
thanks awfully
thank you very much
thank you so much
a thousand thank yous


Section B: Listening Activities

Now listen to the whole conversation without the transcript. While you are listening go through this list and mark the expression you hear. Have fun!


Mark the phrases you hear while you listen:

What is your name?
How are you called?

Where are you from?
Where do you come from?
Where do you hail from?
Where are you coming from?

Where in Denmark?
What part of Denmark?

That’s near Germany.
That’s close to Germany.
That’s not far from Germany.


kind of
sort of

close to Germany
next to Germany
near Germany

mainland Europe
the European mainland
the European Union.
The European Community.
The EU

Are you able to speak German?
Can you speak German?
Do you know any German?

a lot
quite a lot
a fair bit
a bit
a little bit



thank you
thanks heaps
thanks a lot
thanks awfully
thank you very much
a thousand thank yous

To improve your pronunciation and speaking confidence, listen to the recording many times. Try to repeat each phrase as the speaker speaks it. You can find the transcript here: Annette 1 – Where are you from?.

This is the end of Lesson 2. Did you enjoy it? Do you have any questions? Please leave us a comment below.

183 Responses to “Be Aware – Lesson 2”

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  1. P De Mario says:

    Thank you so much.
    Besides we learn the English Language we also learn about these important coutries in the world.

  2. Alec says:

    I speak portuguese and live in Brazil! This language has its roots in latin, how french, italian, spanish and others.

  3. Hasnaa says:

    I am from morocco,mainland of Afrique, no far from Europe .Our national languages is Arabic but there are many dialects as berber, Hassani , all this make multicultural country.

  4. Immaculata Kristiani says:

    I do not know what else I can write in this space, and I am very sorry that I could not understand , what do you mean ” Your comment is awaiting moderation ” because my English is not good. Thankyou.

    • Mark White says:

      When you write a comment we have to check it. It is not posted immediately. This is because many people put spam or junkmail on the site with advertising and links to pornography. It is unfortunate but many comments are rubbish or commercial or obscene. Thanks for writing. Sorry for the delay.

  5. Immaculata Kristiani says:

    I am very happy to learn more from this lesson two, because some times when suddenly I met a foreigner I feel very nervous and it is not easy to make a sentence with good grammar.

  6. antoinette says:

    I am from Lebanon an speak Arabic

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  8. Lakshmi says:

    I am from India Karnataka state Bangalore ,we speak Kannada and Tamil …

    Can we use which part of Denmark instead of what part of Denmark …..

    Thanks and regards

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  31. Tarik says:


    I am from Egypt. Egypt is one of middle east countries. All middle east countries are speaking Arabic language.
    Dear Sir,
    I hope the coming lessons have questions and we reply by answer.


  32. Julen says:

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  35. I really enjoyed and apreciated this lesson.
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    thanks so much.

  36. sharifa says:

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  37. behzad says:

    Thanks alot. but the conversation was very short.

  38. Dear teachers

    My language, as well as Italian French and Spanish has his roots in Latin language, nowadays considered as a dead language. Making a comparison for ex: Verb to drive Present simple in English is:
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    you drive
    he,she it drives
    we drive
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    eu dirijo (I)
    tu diriges (you)
    ele, ela dirige(he, she,it) in portuguese we don´t have it.
    nós dirigimos (we)
    vós dirigis (you in the plural)
    eles,elas dirigem (they)

    Pay attention – for each person the verb has specif termination, it seems more difficult than English, but actually I don´t know!!!

    • Mark White says:

      Many years ago i started to learn German and then Italian and French and Russian. Conjugation was always a problem as conjugation in English is simpler.

      It seems difficult at first but you get used to it later.

  39. kanaka says:

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  55. hagar says:

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  80. Emilia says:


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  84. sadavee says:

    Hi again,
    Can you expland to me please, what is the meaning of “Thanks heaps and thanks awfuully” ?
    Thanks a lots.

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    Leena from Afghanistan,

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  97. pro says:

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  100. Helen says:

    Where do I come from? I am from Colombia, a beautiful country next to Panama and Venezuela. My native language is Spanish, but I speak some English too.

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  118. Natalia says:

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  119. Mark White says:

    Hi Thuy

    Yes, language is full of formulaic expressions that we have to learn to get us through certain ritual situations. Then we can free up our mind to tackle the problem of expressing our thoughts when we want to say something original. There are many more formulaic expressions than people realize.

    Thanks for your feedback. Enjoy!

    • thuy says:

      thanks alot,mark white. i really enjoy it, i think it is a useful conversation for me to practice at home. thanks again, and have a wonderful day

  120. Thuy Nguyen says:

    Hi teachers,
    I want to say many thank yous to you for sending us such useful lessons. Both sections are very interesting to me, and I especially like session A since there are formulaic expressions that I have never known before. I believe that my speaking skill will be improved in a short time with your wonderful lessons.

  121. gegy says:

    HI Aaron how are you ? i hope you are fine
    i wanna to know ,how many years i need to speak English fluently ?

    • Aaron says:

      Hi Gegy…

      The amount of time it takes to become fluent is directly proportional to the amount of immersion and exposure to the language you are getting, combined with your will to learn. If you immerse yourself in English everyday for 1 month and focus hard on learning English in that environment, you can make great leaps toward fluency. It really is a question of effort, desire, and as much immersion as possible.

      Good luck with your language studies.

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  127. Seeraj says:

    Thank you very much for your wonderful work
    please I have a suggestion
    Add a list of New Vocabulary after each lesson with their meaning

    thanks alot

  128. Ayman says:

    thanks a million for this coversation, but we really need more vived conversations relate to varaiable subjects, like, social or psychological issues. So that, we can mke some debates and discussions.
    thank you and happy chance………

  129. Azhar says:

    very good but really i need to speake with someone know english good ,i just listen and write.

  130. Seeraj says:

    thanks a lot for you wonderful effort

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  132. magda29 says:

    First of all I’d really appreciate this exercise, when I listen to it, I felt pretty fine because I could undestand it almost completely.
    Talking about my mother language that is Spanish, I could say that it belongs to the Indo-European from the Latin branch. Some sother languages that come from the same branch are: Italian, Sardinian, French, Provencal, Catalonian
    Spanish, Ladino, Galician, Portuguese, Romansh
    Romanian, Moldavian.

    Thanks heap 🙂

  133. FATIMA says:

    hi :

  134. becrin says:

    Thank you so much,you are really helping me a lot to get progress in my English skills.Thank you once again.

  135. Hafizh says:

    thank you very much this conversation is useful and from this conversation I get a new vocabulary…

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  137. ma says:

    thanks for this conversation its useful.but i cant but a mark under what the recorder say

  138. sarika says:

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  139. Mohitosh dey, INDIA says:

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    The lessons are very useful for practicing listening, speaking and pronunciation. I wonder if you can add writting exerceises in them and we as learners mark our papers together for improving writting skill?

  142. ngoc diem says:

    if i make any mistake of writting and grammar, please tell me!
    Thanks a lot!!

  143. ngoc diem says:

    I very like it!
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    Thanks a lot!!!

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  145. mohamed says:

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  146. mimo says:

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  147. Giovani says:

    Good excercise to me. I enjoy it a lot. I think this is a easy way to improve my english.

    Thank you so much jejeje

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  151. mubarak says:

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  152. kimthu says:

    i’m very happy when i can listen the conversation without transcript. my level is suitable to listen that record^^. anyway i want to improve it. How can I do it?

  153. jagath k kumara says:

    that’s very useful to improve my knowledge of english

    thanks a lot

  154. djogi says:

    nice for reviewing my english, thank anyway

  155. solange says:

    I couldn’t complete my exercise because i could not find where to tick or mark my answers.

    • Aaron says:

      Hi Solange….at present we offer no computerized system of ticking what you hear. You should either do it mentally, write down the phrase, or just print a copy and tick with a pencil. Thanks for the suggestion.

    • Saleem says:

      Dear Mark and Aaron

      I would like to thank awfully to you and your organization for arranging the English learning on Internet for all persons who are unable to learn english during such a busy life, especialy who are willing to learn english by their skills / efforts.

      I am also very glad to receive exercise, timely for improving my english.

      I would like to thank to all english learners and I will be pleased to recieve any useful comments from my all friends.



  156. solange says:

    Am sorry i could not find where or how to tick the asnswers or phrases

  157. Amal Mohammed says:

    thanks alot, and my country langage is arabic ofcours to me so easy and I think it’s easy to Foreign to learn it. well, if I had a mistake in writing or gerammar please tell me

  158. salma says:

    that is goog but please icrease the conversation period and difficulities

  159. al-mona says:

    hi every one
    it’s interesting but it’s so short

  160. Thuan Le says:

    Thank you so very much !!!

  161. pouya says:

    thx so much coz it s very useful for me

  162. ilham says:

    thanks too much realy it is very usful to me to learn conversation

  163. Tiny says:

    It’s intersting!

  164. teymour says:

    Hi every body’ thanks for this lesson and I THINK THIS THE BEST JOB FOR ME.THANK YOU SO MUCH.DECEMBER2,2009 AT6:15PM

  165. howraa says:

    thank awfully

  166. Aida says:

    It would be easier if the script was available

  167. hany says:

    It is good job, and I think if we have the conversation script it will be useful. thanks a lot

  168. sanakhaled says:

    Good evening
    thanks for this lesson and I think its good and uesfull and I hope u communicate with me
    Thanks alot

  169. Hassan Shafiee says:

    thats very useful
    thanks alot

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