Where are you put up answer?
“Where do you put up?” is used to mean where are you staying temporarily, but it is more often used with an object: A: Where do you put up visiting relatives?.
Where are you from VS Where do you live?
The meaning is identical though. 1) “Where are you from?” implies that you want to know what city/state/country they consider “home,” and that you assume it’s someplace other than where you are right now. This may be confusing, since where someone is “from” isn’t necessarily where they live.
What does it mean when someone asks where you stay?
IF you’re meaning they’re asking your physical location, it IS CLEAR they want to know simply where you ARE; because ONE reason I know IS it simply adds to the communique if/when we have mental identifiers or whomever we’re talking to. It’s just sort of a ‘completing the connection mentally’ kind of thing.
When someone asks where are you from what does that mean?
When someone asks “Where are you from” does it mean where I live currently or where i was born? It is where you consider your home town to be. It may be, but needn’t be, your place of birth.
When someone asks where do you live?
Usually, someone will ask you where you live as a polite question after they’ve asked you your name, where you’re from, and what you do for a living. They’ll say: “So where do you live?” This is inviting you to keep making conversation.
Where do you live meaning?
‘Where do you live means’ is often refered to the physical position and location of your body and your house respectively. Whereas, ‘where do you come from’ is refered somehow to your DNA, culture, homeland and background.