Where do you live or where do you live in?
When you use the word where as an adverb to ask a question, it usually means in what place, at what place, or to what place; so the preposition “in” is already there in its meaning. The use of “in” in the OP’s sentence is unnecessary; the sentence should be as follows: Where do you live?
What do you live with meaning?
to experience and accept an unpleasant event, decision, or situation: When you get arthritis at your age, it’s just something you just have to live with.
Where do you leave or live?
where you live vs where do you leave. “Where you live” is missing the helping verb “do.” “Where do you leave” is incorrect because “leave” should be “live.”
Where are you from Mean?
Literal: In which country or region were you born or raised?
Where do you live now or where are you living now?
The present continuous is used to talk about things that are more transient, not so fixed. People who are more fixed in their life, more settled may well use, “where do you live?”, while those who are more transient, like homeless people or students may tend to, “where are you living?”.
How do you say live and leave?
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How do you ask someone where they live?
If you are curious before that, you can ask in a more generalized way, “where are you from?” What part of town do you live in?” Or tell them where you live first but generalize it without giving the exact address. You can get details later, in line with both your comfort zones.
How do you answer Where are you from?
If you ask someone about where they’re from, they may respond by saying something like, West Coast, or the East Coast, or California, or the South or the Midwest. If they answer in this way, it usually means they are interested in talking more about their region and how it differs from others.
How do you ask where you from?
If you really want to know “where I am from,” why don’t you try asking these more specific questions instead:
- Where were you born.
- Where did you grow up.
- What culture do you identify with.
- What is your nationality.
Where do you Live and why?
Wouldn’t want to live in a rural area but a town or even just a smaller, cheaper city could be nice. I grew up in a medium sized town, and have lived in more than one capital city, big UK cities and a village. I can hand on heart say that I will never live in a city smaller than about Bristol ever again.
How to say where do you live?
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What would I give to live where you are?
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Where do you stay vs. where do you live?
live. vs. stay. In this context to live is a verb. If someone lives somewhere they are a permanent resident of that place. For example:-. Where do you live? = What is your current address / country of residence. When I was younger I lived in Scotland, but now I am living in Germany. To stay is also a verb, but in this context if you stay