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    Where to?

    A taxi driver asked the passenger, "Where to?". Does "Where to?" mean "Where to go?" or "Where are you going to?"

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    #2
    Where are you going, or where should I take you.

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    #3

    Re: Where to?

    Where do you want to go?
    Where would you like me to take you?
    Where am I driving you [to]?
    Where shall I drive you to?

    "Where to?" isn't a shortened version of any particular question but it means all of the above, or any other version of the question a taxi driver asks in order to ascertain the destination.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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