Use of ‘Where’ with ‘am’, ‘is’ and ‘are’

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Use of ‘Where’ with ‘am’, ‘is’ and ‘are’ in Questions

Q: Where am I?
(Sometimes you may ask yourself, when confused or question about your position/or place of work)
Q: Where am I going?

Q: Where is it?
A: It is in the kitchen.

Q: Where is he?
A: He is in his room.

Q: Where is he working?
A: He is working in a college.

Q: Where is your cell phone?
A: It is on the table.

Q: Where is your college?
A: My college is at …………… (name of a place).

Q: Where is the post office?
A: It is near the crossroads.

Q: Where are the oranges?
A: They are in the fridge.

Q: Where are your friends?
A: They are sitting in the hall.

Q: Where are you from?
A: I am from Delhi.

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