How to ask the question in right grammar:

  1. <Group A> is from where in the world?
  2. From which country <Group A> in the world?
  3. <Group A> is from?

I need it as I writing a quite


I think the most common ways of saying this would be

Where is <Group A> from?
What country is <Group A> from?

  • what about : Which country is Group A from? Which part of the world is Group A from? – user63898 Jul 28 '15 at 8:29
  • <Group A> is usually a plural noun phrase; the verb changes to match. For example, "Where are the Sicilians from?" or "What country are the Sicilians from?" – Jasper Oct 10 '15 at 17:45

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