Unde venis cotton eye joe?
Unde venis? Quo vadis? Unde venis, Xylinum-Ocule Josephe?
Ahora sé por qué preferimos decir 'onde vienes?' que dónde xd
I said, Unde a venis?, but I'm told that it's wrong. Is that because "come from" is already implied in the verb "venis" = "(You) come from"?
As explained in the top comment on this page, "unde" means "from where".
As explained at the bottom of this page, "quo" means "to where".
What's the difference between unde and quo, btw?
unde -> 'where from', 'from where', 'whence'
quo -> 'where to', 'to where', 'whither'
quo is? -> 'where are you going (to)?'
Fun fact: "unde" means "where" in Romanian
I said veniunt. How is that wrong? They didnt tell us it was a singular you.
Veniunt is 'They come'. -> Unde veniunt? : 'Where do they come from?'
Venitis is the plural 'You come'. -> Unde venitis? : 'Where do you (plural) come from?'