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In these following sentences, which one is grammatically correct?

  1. Where did you go?
  2. Where were you go?

Thank you.

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"Where did you go?" is grammatically correct.

To improve the second one, you could say "Where had you gone?" or "Where were you gone?"

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    Even "Where were you gone?" sounds off to me. I'd just stick to the first one personally. – James Whiteley Sep 25 at 10:20
  • If you want to rephrase the second sentence in that sense, it should be Where have you gone? – Jason Bassford Supports Monica Sep 26 at 1:50
  • @JasonBassford But that changes the tense of the sentence. – Bella Swan Sep 26 at 5:43
  • @BellaSwan It's still in the past tense and means roughly the same thing. Where were you gone? is unidiomatic, verging on ungrammatical. I certainly wouldn't recommend anybody say it. (Even Where had you gone? would be preferable.) – Jason Bassford Supports Monica Sep 26 at 6:20

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