Where is this argument leading?
Where is the elevator?
Where did he go?
Where would we be without your help?
Keeping dangerous substances out of reach is important where children are concerned.
Where are you from?
Where did you get this idea?
Show me an example where increasing supply has actually increased demand.
Where is the car?
Where is she to blame?
Go where you please.
Where did you get your information?
There is never peace where men are greedy.
A plant needs little attention, where a pet demands a lot.
I see where the tax rates are going up.
The bus will take you where you're going.
He lives two miles from where he works.
Where do you come from?
To announce the when and where of the marriage.
He is looking for a house where he can have a complete office.
I've forgotten where I was in this book, but it was probably around chapter four.
The snowbirds travel where it is warm.
Where no provision under this Act is applicable, the case shall be decided in accordance with the customary practices.
Where would we be without our parents?
He lives within five miles of where he was born.
We know the when but not the where of it.
An example of where is a person who was lost being familiar with the place they are now; the person knows where they are.
An example of where is someone saying that he lives close to the house of his mother; He lives next door to where his mother lives.
An example of where is asking for the place that you left your car keys; Where did I leave my keys?
An example of where is asking someone for the place they are in relation to you; Where are you?
An example of where is asking someone for the place they are coming from; Where did you come from?
Sit where you like.
He knows where they are.
We came home, where we had dinner.
That model has an attractive design, where this one is more dependable.
He lives where the climate is mild. We should go where it is quieter.
I want to know where you expect the project to be in six months.
She moved to a city where jobs were more plentiful.
We're already three miles from where we left.
Where will we be if we lose?
He is where he should be.
She never goes where she's not wanted.
I read where they're closing down the paper mill.
Origin of where
- Middle English from Old English hwǣr kwo- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Middle English wher, quher, from Old English hwÇ£r (“where", literally “at what place"), from Proto-Germanic *hwar (“where"), from Proto-Indo-European *kÊ·o- (interrogative pronoun). Cognate with Scots quhare (“where"), West Frisian wêr (“where"), Dutch waar (“where"), German wo (“where"), Danish hvor (“where"), Icelandic hvar (“where"); related to Old English hwā (“who"). More at who.