This phrase may also be written "a donde van."
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (third person; plural)
a. where they're going
No han visto nunca el sitio adonde van.They've never seen the place where they're going.
b. they're going to
La escuela adonde van va a cerrar.The school they're going to is closing.
c. where they go
No conozco ese bar adonde van después del trabajo.I don't know that bar where they go after work.
d. they go to
Ni te imaginas el tipo de sitios adonde van.You can't imagine the kind of places they go to.
2. (second person; plural)
a. where you're going
La ciudad adonde van hoy les va a gustar mucho.You'll really like the town where you're going today.
b. you're going to
¿Conocen el lugar adonde van?Do you know the place you're going to?
c. where you go
¿Cómo se llama ese hotel adonde van cuando están en Nueva York?What's the name of that hotel where you go when you are in New York?
d. you go to
Granada es la ciudad adonde van todas las Navidades, ¿no?Granada is the town you go to every Christmas, isn't it?
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