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Let's look at some examples.
Listen and repeat or speak along with the native speakers.
뉴욕에서 왔어요. (Nyu-yog-e-seo wass-eo-yo.)
뉴욕에서 왔어요.
평창에서 왔어요. (Pyeong-chang-e-seo wass-eo-yo.)
평창에서 왔어요.
시애틀에서 왔어요. (Si-ae-teur-e-seo wass-eo-yo.)
시애틀에서 왔어요.
런던에서 왔어요. (Reon-deon-e-seo wass-eo-yo.)
런던에서 왔어요.
Sophie Kim: 서울에서 왔어요. (Seo-ur-e-seo wa-sseo-yo.)
Sophie Kim: 서울에서 왔어요.
호주에서 왔어요. (Ho-ju-e-seo wass-eo-yo.)
호주에서 왔어요.
Did you notice the last speaker says a country name in place of a city name?
호주에서 왔어요. (Ho-ju-e-seo wass-eo-yo.)
I'm from Australia.
호주에서 왔어요.
You can use this pattern to talk about your country, not just your hometown. In the example, the speaker is from 호주, "Australia." 호주. 호주.
This pattern is
{home country} 에서 왔어요.
"I'm from {home country}."
{home country} 에서 왔어요.
You should be aware of this pattern, but for this lesson, we'll use city names.