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Infographic: What Do I Call a Person from Boston?

Posted by Lindsay McMahon on Mon, Jan 21, 2013 @ 08:37 AM

English names  based on where people are fromToday we have a different kind of lesson!

If you are living in the United States, I hope you are taking some time to travel and see as many corners of this country as you can!

A great way to practice your English and learn about American culture is to take a road trip and stop in at cafes, restaurants, and shops to chat with local people. However, when you go on your journey, you will need to know what to call people, right?!

Well, if you have always wondered what to call someone from California or Texas or Boston, then today's lesson is for you.

Check it out below!




English infographic

If you are looking for help and advice for your new life in Boston, get our e-book with great information on how to learn English in Boston and communicate with American people.



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Photo credits from infographic:Boston Red Sox Jeep: Muffet, Guy with guitar in New York City: Elvert Barnes, New England skiers: Sterling College, kid by the lake: kreyten, Obama: jurvetson, Surfer: Jeff Rowley Big Wave Surfer, cowboy hat: Nadya Peek, golfer: BEST PHOTO, Oregon: iwona_kellie, Boston guy with mascot: MDG26

American flag: Seansie

Topics: English Lessons, United States Culture, Vocabulary Workshop

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