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How do you ask Where you from? What nationality are you? How long have you been in the U.S?

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If you left-click twice on a word on this site it will show you a definition - in this case though I think it means 'how lovely' not 'than lovely'; as it says, 'May not be accurate!'

¿de dónde es? ¿cuál es su nacionalidad? ¿Cuánto tiempo ha estado en el estados unidos? (My attempts may also not be accurate so grateful for corrections as always)

Now why not go and do some video lessons with Paralee wink They are fun.

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¡Qué lindo! (How beautiful/lovely!)

The que in exclamations or interjections like this one has an accent mark on in.

Qué in exclamations

The phrases like:

[Espero ] "que tengas un buen día" do not.

These are often translated as: may you....

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