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V28 Wherever

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Lesson Twenty-Eight



"Wherever" can be used as a conjunction or as an adverb. It describes a location. It’s similar to the word "anywhere."


 1. You can get fresh bread wherever there’s a bakery.

 2. Wherever we went in Europe, we saw old buildings.

 3. Cockroaches can be found wherever there’s water, food, and a place for them to hide.

 4. Lions will go wherever they can in search of food.
 5. You can live wherever you want to if you have a recreational vehicle like this.

 6. Wherever you go in the United States, there are many interesting places to visit and things to see.

7. I bring my cellphone wherever I go.

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