Mehrdad
"Whereabouts are you walking?" and "Where are you walking? Is there a difference?
Oct 1, 2019 6:07 AM
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They are very similar. "Where are you walking?" can be ambiguous. It can mean "where are you now, as you are walking?", or "where are you walking to?". If you need to be explicit, if the difference matters, "Whereabouts are you walking?" explicitly means the first, i.e: "In what area are you walking?"
October 1, 2019
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