Por dónde vas

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Por dónde vas

I don't understand ¿Por dónde vas? because the translation isn't good English. Do you mean 'where are you?' or 'where are you up to?' (in a book) or 'How far up the road have you got?' 

Or perhaps 'where are you at?' is modern usage that I've just never heard before. 

Asked 1 year ago

Por dónde vas

I don't understand ¿Por dónde vas? because the translation isn't good English. Do you mean 'where are you?' or 'where are you up to?' (in a book) or 'How far up the road have you got?' 

Or perhaps 'where are you at?' is modern usage that I've just never heard before. 

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