"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.