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Where in Spanish

Where in Spanish

This article will tell you how do you say where in Spanish. This word is used to know about what
position or place someone is talking about. It is also used to know about the place or situation
in which something is happening.

Where in Spanish

How do you say ‘where in Spanish’?

This word is translated in the Spanish language as: ¿dónde?.

Conversation 1:

Marta: Pedro, ¿dónde estás tú? (Pedro, where are you?)

Pedro: Yo estoy aquí (I am here)

Conversation 2:

Nancy: ¿Dónde está su hotel? (Where is your hotel?)

Nelson: Mi hotel está en la avenida Amazonas. (My hotel is in Amazonas avenue.)

Conversation 3:

Claudia: ¿Dónde vive su amigo? (Where does your friend live?)

James: Mi amigo vive en la calle Pino. (My friend lives on Pino street.)

Examples:

Spanish

English

¿A dónde quieres ir a cenar?’

‘¿Dónde te esperan tus amigos?’

‘Where do you want to go for dinner?’

‘Where are your friends waiting for you?’

Ways to Use Where:

Note: ¿Dónde? means “Where?” ¿Adónde? means “To where?” Thus, “dónde” asks for a location, while “adónde” asks for a destination. ¿De dónde? means “From where?”

Examples

¿Dónde está tu casa? – Where is your house? (location)
¿Adónde va tu hermano? – Where is your brother going?(destination)
¿De dónde eres? – Where are you from?

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The difference between dónde and adónde