Yes, that is the common question من اين انت, But for emphasizing purposes sometimes you start a sentence with You for example you ask a group of people where are they from and one of them he was silence, you would say (YOU! WHERE ARE YOU FROM? ).. Also in Arabic we are not really strict about sentence order
I knew what Duo wanted (the "where" was capitalized so I knew that was Duo's chosen first word))—in fact, I frequently make correct guesses without having any idea what the content of the sentence is, because of grammatical clues; I still feel that "from Where are you, Zeina?" is just as defensible (and as much as "You are from where?"—what changes is the emphasis . . . like, I expected Zeina to be from Beirut, and she tells me, she is from Upper Bavaria.
Exactly, the Arabic word order is more or less treated than in English. and the Harakats helps to understand the wanted meaning of the sentence. that's why it's very important to use the correct harakat and pay attention to them..(especially when reading Qouran and poems)