J'habite à [city] = I live in [city]

Look at these questions:

Informal/singular questions:
Où habites-tu ?Where do you live?

Tu habites où ?Where do you live?

Formal/plural questions:

Où habitez-vous ?Where do you live?

Vous habitez où ?Where do you live?

Note that there are different ways to ask a question in French.

Now look at these answers:

J'habite à Paris.I live in Paris.

J'habite à Londres.I live in London.

J'habite à Atlanta.I live in Atlanta.

To say which city you live in in French, you can use the verb habiter (to live [somewhere]) as such:

J'habite à + [city]

Note that je (= I) becomes j' in front of the mute h of habite.
See also Je becomes j' with verbs beginning with a vowel (elision) 

 

See more complex cases in Using 'à' (to/in) and 'de' (from/of) with cities (prepositions) 

See also the more advanced lesson on how to conjugate all six forms of habiter in Le Présent:
Conjugate regular -er verbs in Le Présent (present tense) 

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Examples and resources

Vous habitez où ?Where do you live?
J'habite à Hambourg.I live in Hamburg.
J'habite à Lille.I live in Lille.
J'habite à Atlanta.I live in Atlanta.
Tu habites où ?Where do you live?
J'habite à Londres.I live in London.
Où habitez-vous ?Where do you live?
J'habite à Paris.I live in Paris.
Où habites-tu ?Where do you live?
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