1- My name is Louisa. I live in the countryside with my family.
2- My name is Thomas. I live in the city. I am a student. I go to university.
Words for talking about yourself
address (n) Your address is the number of the building, the name of the street, and the town or city where you live or work.
age (n) Your age is the number of years that you have lived.
b e... years old phrase If someone is twelve years old, they have lived for twelve years.
born (v) When a baby is born, it comes out of its mother's body and begins life.
city (n) A city is a large town.
college (n) College is a place where students study after they leave school.
countryside (n) The countryside is land that is away from cities and towns.
family (n) A family is a group of people who are related to each other, usually parents and their children.
family name (n) Your family name is the part of your name that all the people in your family have.
first name (n) Your first name is the name that comes before your family name.
job (n) A job is the work that someone does to earn money.
live (v) If you live somewhere, you have your home in that place.
name (n) A person's name is the word or words that you use to talk to them, or to talk about them.
nationality (n) If you have the nationality of a particular country, you are a legal citizen of that country.
school (n) A school is a place where people go to learn.
street (n) A street is a road in a city or a town.
student (n) A student is a person who is studying at a school, college, or university.
study 1 (v) If you study, you spend time learning about a particular subject.
2 (n) Study is the activity of studying.
university (n) A university is a place where you can study after school.
work (v) People who work have a job and earn money for it.
1- Put the correct word in each gap, as shown. (one extra)
2- Match the sentence halves, as shown.
3- Choose the correct word or words.
1 I live in a small__________.
2 My first name is _________.
4 I am studying at school, so I don't have _________.
4- Put the correct word in each gap, as shown. (one extra )