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nerede?, nereye?, nereden? 2
Answer questions 1 - 8 based on the following text:

Looking at the answer, construct the correct question by either using nereye, nerede or nereden. Remember, the noun case in the question should match the case in the answer.

 

Vocabulary you need to know:

oynamak: to play

gitmek: to go

gelmek: to come

yaşamak: to live

 

Example:

This is the given answer: Ali Ankara´dan geliyor.

This is the question you build: Ali nereden geliyor?

1.

Ali okuldan geliyor.

Ali ..... geliyor?

2.

Ahmet eve gidiyor.

Ahmet ..... gidiyor?

3.

Mehmet parkta top oynuyor.

Mehmet ..... top oynuyor?

4.

Ayşe Londra´da yaşıyor.

Ayşe ..... yaşıyor?

5.

Büşra sinemadan geliyor.

Büşra ..... geliyor?

6.

Mehtap okula gidiyor.

Mehtap ..... gidiyor?

7.

Bu otobüs İzmir´e gidiyor.

Bu otobüs ...... gidiyor?

8.

Hasan işten geliyor.

Hasan ..... geliyor?

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