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    What's your position?
    Where's your position?

    What have you done?
    What are you done?

    Do the each couple of sentences mean the same?Please.

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    Re: Sentence

    What's your position? This could mean anything,not necessarily 'where are you now?' What's your position in work? at home? on politics?

    Where's your position? This is more likely to mean 'where are you now? It depends on the context.

    What have you done? This is clear
    What are you done? This is incorrect. What are you doing? You have mixed two tenses,

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    Re: Sentence

    So, "What/where is your position?" can mean the same in some cases. Right?

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    Re: Sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by puzzle View Post
    So, "What/where is your position?" can mean the same in some cases. Right?
    Yes.

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