Grammar

INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN DOKO (どこ)


DOKO (どこ) is the interrogative pronoun for places. It’s the equivalent of “where” in English. Since it’s a pronoun used to ask a question, the particle KA (か) must also be used at the end of the sentence in format speech. DOKO by itself is not enough, except in an informal style.

どこです
Doko desu ka.
Where is it?

To answer that question, simply replace DOKO with the desired place name. And, of course, to get rid of the interrogative KA.

あそこです
Asoko desu.
It’s over there.


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