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What kind of Asian are you? UNIT 3 - part of lesson C
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Watch this video and see if you can answer these questions:

1- Where is she from?

2- Where are her grandparents from?

3- Where is he from?

4- Where are his grandparents from?

Hi there!
Nice day, huh?
Yeah, finally, right?
Where you from? Your English is perfect.
San Diego. We speak English there.
oh uh no. Where... are you... from???
Well I was born in Orange County, but I never actually lived there.
I mean, before that.
Before I was born?
Well, where are your people from?
Well, my great grandma was from Seoul.
Korean! I knew it!
I was like she's either Japanese or Korean. But I was leaning more towards Korean.
There's a really good teryaki barbecue place near my apartment. I actually really like kimchi.
What about you? Where are you from?
San Francisco
But where are you.. f r o m??
Oh.. I'm just American.
Really. You're native American?
No. Uh, just regular American... OH. Uh, well, I guess my grandparents were from England.
Oh. Well, then.
(with an English Accent) 'Ello Gov'ner! What's all this then!
Top o' the morning to ya!
Let's get a spot o' tea!
Double, Double, Toil and Trouble!
MInd the kip!!
Beware Jack the Ripper!
Pip Pip Cheerio!

I think your people's fish and chips are amazing!
You're weird.
Really? I'm weird? Must be a Korean thing.

Fish and Chips. Pheasant. Clotted Cream.
Bangers and Mash!
Ploughman's Lunch!
A spot o' tea!
A pint of ALE!

She is from San Diego - her grandparents are from Korea (Seoul)

He is from San Francisco - his grandparents are from England

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