Dónde vs Adónde in Spanish
Let’s find out what is the difference between dónde vs adónde in Spanish. Study
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What is the difference between Dónde and Adónde?
Note: Basically the word “Dónde” and “Adónde” mean where.
Note: “Dónde” is used to define a location, that is, you use where when you want to know the location of a place, a person, or a thing.
¿Dónde es tu universidad? – Where is your university?
¿Dónde está la casa? – Where is the house?
¿Dónde está la pluma? – Where is the pencil?
¿Dónde está mi libro de matemáticas? – Where is my math book?
¿Dónde está Maria? – Where is Maria?
¿Dónde está tu casa? – Where is your home?
¿Dónde está tu papá? – Where is your dad?
Adónde (To Where)
Note: “Adónde” it is common to use this expression when you ask someone for their destination.
¿Adónde van? – Where are you all going?
¿Adónde quiero ir? – Where do I want to go?
¿Adónde fuiste? – Where did you go?
¿Adónde vas a ir el próximo verano? – Where will you go next summer?
¿Adónde fuiste de vacaciones? – Where did you go on Vacation?
¿Adónde te llevan? – Where are they taking you?
¿Adónde vamos ahora? – Where are we going now?
¿Adónde va la gente en vacaciones? – Where do people go on vacation?
Note: “Dónde” is a word that means the location of a place, person, or thing. “Adónde” is what you use when you ask someone for their destination.
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