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  1. Keen Learner

    Thumbs down How to use two Wh-words together?

    Hi teachers!
    Which sentences are correct?
    1- Where am I at what time?
    2- At what time where am I?
    3- Where and at what time am I?
    1- When do I go where?
    2- When and where do I go?
    3- Where do I go when?

    Please guide me how to use two Wh-words at the same together in a sentence like mentioned above?
    Best regards!
    Keen Learner

  2. oregeezer's Avatar
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    Re: How to use two Wh-words together?

    A. no good answer
    best sense would be
    "Where am I and what time is it?"
    B. 3 is okay

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