Thanks, but in the exercise it doesn't give the English equivalent...it's just a fill in the blank. "Onde _". So I guess it could be any conjugation.
Really? Does it say the tense at least? Otherwise there are probably about 50 different answers just for the verb "estar".
As far as I know, "onde" is always translated as "where". I don't see any other correct answer for this sentence.
This question needs a pronoun (or a context) to know the correct answer. That's because "Onde estou?" and "Onde estamos?" are correct questions for two different pronouns. How can I know what pronoun?
Eu estou, você está, ele/ela está, nós estamos, vós estais (very hardly used in Brazilian Portuguese), eles/elas estão.
Only by knowing each one's conjugation, you will know the difference between "Onde estou? - Where am I?" and "Onde estamos? - Where are we?".
The one who is weird to hide the pronoun is the "Ele/Ela", because the other person will not understand who you are metioning her, him or a thing, so it is used "Onde ele/ela está?" or "Onde está ele/ela?.
Yeah, but they don't tell us what they're looking for. They just say "which word is correct." Any of those words would work.