"I will go to Shanghai to see a friend."
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That’s part of what this question is designed to teach: in English, we tend to put the ‘where’ at the end of a lot of sentences. In 中文, the ‘when’ and ‘where’ are always at (or very near) the start of the sentence. I think of it like setting the scene.
Yes, in English you can do it either way without much difference but in a 中文 sentence it’s at the start.