What Is Their Main Difference?
'Where' and 'whereas,' despite looking similar, are different in meaning.
- 'Where' is used to refer to location and presence.
This city is
- 'Whereas' is used to express contrast. We use it to show the meaning 'but.'
She looks young
I work quickly
Parts of Speech
As mentioned earlier, 'where' has multiple functions. 'Where' can be used as an interrogative adverb, relative adverb, or conjunction. 'Whereas,' however, is used only as a conjunction.
My husband loved Basketball
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