Student or Learner
wherever you wish
"You heard him him say you'll have your own separate set of rooms here. After you leave the baby with him, you can live out the remaining Contract time wherever you wish."
Is it saying that you can live out...time, "if you like"?
Re: wherever you wish
No. He's saying, "Leave the baby here, but once you do, you can live out the remaining time ANYWHERE YOU WANT."
Originally Posted by iemmahu
You don't have to live here; you can live anyplace you want to.
"wherever" = anyplace, anywhere
"you wish" = that you want, that you want to