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    Default Please help!

    Hi all! I got an email from a friend with the subject: "adonde andas?"

    I know that 'andas' is the <tu> conjugation of andar, but I'm not sure which verb this 'andar' is. I know (I think I know) that 'adonde' means 'where'.

    Can anyone help and give me the translation?

    Thanks a lot!

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    it's like asking where are you?
    andar could be translated as walk in this case, but the translation depends on the question. a literal translation would be where are you walking now? or something like that.

    other examples with the same verb

    ¿Cómo andas? how are you?
    ¿en qué andas? what are you up to?
    and so on...
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    Default Great!

    Thank you very much for the prompt reply, Sandra!!

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