Is "From where are you" and "Where from are you" as correct as "Where are you from"?
Or do you think one of those is more correct than the other?
I'm aware of the non-existant rule about ending a sentence with a preposition, but I need additional grammar explanations to know if I really get any subtleties.
In my opinion "Where are you from" is the most common, and the most correct, and the "From where are you" could be an hypercorrection, but I don't know if it's as correct.
Note, there's another thread with a title that could make think that it answers this question, but it use "done", so it's not the same case.
"From where have you done your Bachelors?" Use of "From where" and "Where from"