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Where in German 🇩🇪


in English in German S
where wo
How to say “where” in German? “Wo”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “wo” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on where in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

German Sentences with the Word “Where”

German sentence with “wo” English translation for wo S

wo ist es?

where is it?

wo arbeitest du?

where do you work?

wo kann ich die Kleidung kaufen?

where can I buy clothes?

Ich weiß nicht, wo es ist.

I don’t know where it is.

wo ist dein Haus?

where is your house?

wo bist du geboren?

where were you born?

wo kann ich Wasser kaufen?

where can I buy water?

Ich frage mich wo meine Schwester ist

I wonder where my sister is

wo ist die Toilette?

where is the bathroom?

wo willst du heute Abend bleiben?

where do you guys want to stay tonight?

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Tips to remember the German word ‘wo’:
– Associate ‘wo’ with the question “Wo ist das?” (“Where is that?”) in German. The similarity in the sound of ‘wo’ to ‘where’ in English can help you remember the meaning.
– Create a mental image of someone looking around and asking “Wo?” when they are searching for something.

Explanations:
– ‘Wo’ is a German adverb and interrogative pronoun used to ask about a location or place. It is equivalent to ‘where’ in English.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– ‘Woher’ is used when you want to ask about the origin of something or someone, e.g., “Woher kommst du?” (“Where do you come from?”).
– ‘Wohin’ asks for a destination, meaning “to where,” e.g., “Wohin gehst du?” (“Where are you going?”).

Alternate meanings like slang:
– In slang or colloquial usage, ‘wo’ doesn’t really change its meaning, but the way it’s used can be more casual. For example, “Wo bist’n du?” is a colloquial way of asking “Where are you?” with the ‘n’ being a contraction of ‘denn’, which doesn’t change the meaning but adds emphasis.

Examples of sentences that use ‘wo’:
– “Wo ist das Badezimmer?” (“Where is the bathroom?”)
– “Wo wirst du warten?” (“Where will you wait?”)
– “Ich weiß nicht, wo er ist.” (“I don’t know where he is.”)
– “Wo haben Sie das gefunden?” (“Where did you find that?”)
– “Wo möchten Sie essen?” (“Where would you like to eat?”)

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