You can also say "i am there, where are you"
Yes i like your translation better
How do you distinguish this sentence from "I am there, where are you?"
A question mark and/or a raised voice at the end of the sentence will help you distinguish "I am there, where are you?"
It does not mean where are you? The two people in question are together in the same place. One person is telling the other person
" i am in same place"
I believe this is a statement, and not a question. "I am where you are" is the idea here.
Also "I am where you are" works.
Where are you is much more logical/correct for me
Basically means i am in the same place as you.