Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Where"

Where are we?
Where's Tony?
Where are you?
Where is Paris?
Where did you go?
Where is my book?
Where do you live?
Where is my watch?
Where is Room 105?
Where is the pain?
Where is your cap?
Where are you from?
Where does it hurt?
Where is your room?
Where should we go?
Where was Tom born?
Where will we meet?
Where's the museum?
Where are you going?
Where are my glasses?
Where is the station?
Where is your father?
Where is your school?
Where were you going?
Where are the showers?
Where is Tony playing?
Where are your manners?
Where can I get a taxi?
Where do you have pain?
Where is today's paper?
Where's the dining car?
Where's the toothpaste?
Where did you see Nancy?
Where is the toothpaste?
Do you know where she is?
Where can I buy a ticket?
Where can I get a ticket?
Where is the post office?
Where is Tom's classroom?
Do you know where he went?
Where do I get the subway?
Where is the nearest bank?
Do you know where he lives?
I wish I knew where he was!
Where can I get my baggage?
Where did you find the key?
Where do I pay for the gas?
Where is the ticket office?
Where is the ticket window?
Where would you like to go?
Where's the emergency exit?
That's where the problem is.
Where are your credit cards?
Where can I find toothpaste?
Where did he find the money?
Where did you see the woman?
Where do I claim my baggage?
Where is the police station?
Where is the south terminal?
She advised me where to stay.
She asked him where he lived.
Where can I cheek my baggage?
Where did you go last Sunday?
Where did you live last year?
Where did you see that woman?
Where's the closest bus stop?
Where's the nearest bus stop?
She advised him where to stay.
Where can we get what we want?
Where did you get on this bus?
Where did you get to know her?
Where do we get the textbooks?
Where have you been up to now?
Where should I put my baggage?
Where should I put my laundry?
Where will the bus pick us up?
I asked him where he was going.
Nobody knows where he has gone.
She asked him where Jessie was.
She asked me where I was going.
Tell me exactly where he lives.
Where are you planning to stay?
Where can I pick up my baggage?
Where did you find this wallet?
Where is the nearest telephone?
Where did you get your hair cut?
Where is the registrar's office?
Where will you have lunch today?
Where would you like to go next?
He asked me where my uncle lived.
No matter where I go, I get lost.
Where did you have the suit made?
Where do I have to change trains?
Where would you like to go first?
Tom doesn't know where Mary lives.
Where did you have your suit made?
Where have you been all this time?
Do you know where your father went?
Do you know where Jim and Nancy are?
Do you know where Miss Hudson lives?
I don't remember where I put my key.
That's the house where Tom was born.
Where there's a will, there's a way.
Your shoes are here. Where are mine?
She advised him where he should stay.
Where did you find that strange thing?
She asked him if he knew where I lived.
She told him where to put the suitcase.
This is the house where she used to live.
Can you still remember where we first met?
Have you been told where to park your car?
The place where he lives is far from town.
Have you been told where the meeting will be?
I often think about the place where I met you.
Where is the United Airlines check-in counter?
Have you told everyone where the meeting will be?
She followed him home to find out where he lived.
Could you please tell me again where you put the key?
Have you told everyone when and where the meeting will be?
She said that she would follow him no matter where he went.
She asked him where he lived, but he was too smart to tell her.
She would often bring home table scraps from the restaurant where she worked to feed to her dog.


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