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.
|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.
|It’s over there.|