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where are you going

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"Where are you going" is an interrogative sentence in English. It's used to ask someone about their intended destination. It consists of a WH-word "where", auxiliary verb "are", subject pronoun "you", and main verb in base form "going". This structure expresses a future action or plan.
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"Hey, where are you going? To the grocery store?"
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where

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"Where" is an adverb, pronoun, conjunction, or preposition in English. As an adverb, it implies a location or position. As a pronoun or conjunction, it introduces relative clauses, often inquiring about a place. As a preposition, it's used before gerunds, linking the place to an action.
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"Where did you leave your keys, they are not in the usual spot."
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you

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The word "you" in English is a pronoun. It's second-person, used to refer to the person or group of people that the speaker is addressing. It's unique as it can be singular or plural and can be used as both subjective (e.g., "You are nice.") and objective (e.g., "I told you.").
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"You are the reason I smile every day."
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going

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"Going" is a present participle of the verb "go". It expresses movement, departure, or a state of action. It can also indicate future tense when used with 'to', as in "I am going to visit". It's versatile, used in idioms like "going the extra mile".
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