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Teacher: Where are you from? I am from the USA. Are you American? Yes, I am American. (Model the difference between nation and nationality by accenting the nationality in both the question and response. This use of accenting differing words with your intonation helps students learn the differnce between nation and nationality. It might also help to point to the board when asking this question.)

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Teacher: Where is Paolo from? He is from Italy. Is he American? No, he isn't American. He is Italian. (Go through the various nationalities in the classroom. This is also an opportunity to repeat the negative forms of 'to be' for 'he' and 'she'. You may also want to go through the list of nations and nationalities having students repeat after you to focus on pronunciation for a moment.)

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Teacher: Paolo, where is Olaf from?

Student(s): Olaf is from Poland.

Teacher: Is Olaf Polish?

Student(s): Yes, he is Polish.

Teacher: Olaf, ask Susan.

Student(s): Is Paolo from Italy?

Student(s): Yes, he is from Italy?

Student(s): Is he Italian?

Student(s): Yes, he is Italian.

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Continue this exercise around the class.

Introduce and review the negatives.

Teacher: Paolo, where is Olaf from?

Student(s): Olaf is from Poland.

Teacher: Is Olaf American?

Student(s): No, he isn't American. He is Polish.

Teacher: Olaf, ask Susan.

Student(s): Is Paolo from Italy?

Student(s): Yes, he is from Italy?

Student(s): Is he Polish?

Student(s): No, he isn't Polish. He is Italian.

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Part II: Expanding to a mini-conversation.

Teacher: Susan, hi, how are you?

Student(s): Hi, I'm fine.

Teacher: Where are you from?

Student(s): I'm from Russia.

Teacher: Are you American?

Student(s): No, I'm not American. I'm Russian.

Teacher: What are you?

Student(s): I'm a nurse.

Teacher: What's this?

Student(s): That's a book.

Teacher: Goodbye.

Student(s): Goodbye.

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Write the countries, nationalities or languages :

Spain_____England_________Greece________Egypt______Italy_____France

Belgium________ Brazil_________Japan________Germany______India_______

Mexico _______Ireland_______Portugal______Turkey_____Sweden_________

Hungary_______China_________Poland________America_________Switzerland

Australia_________Russia_________Canada_________Denmark________

Norway___________Argentinia________Britain__________Holland______

Scotland

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Match an item on the left with one on the right

Japan

India

Spain

USA

Brazil

Argentina

France

Italy

England

Turkey

Germany

Bulgary

Irenland

Norway

Netherlands

sweden

Irish

Italian

Brazilian

Dutch

Japanese

Turkish

German

Indian

French

English

Bulgarian

Norwegian

Swedish

Argentinian

Spanish

American