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    Question Address

    When we want to ask about place or address we say "What is your address?"But I want to know : Is it possible to say "Where is your address?" ?

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    Re: Address

    Not a teacher. Not a native speaker.

    Both means different.

    What is your address? - Here we are asking for the location.

    Where is your address? - This question is possible in a situation where you are to fill a form and you miss out on the address column. In this case, you will be asked "where is the/your address"?
    Last edited by justlearning; 24-May-2014 at 19:55.

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