Where … ? vs Where … at? Question words, wh-questions

Where when asking questions about location.

What is the difference?

Where are you?

Where are you at?

Where ... ? vs Where ... at?
Difference between Where … ? and Where … at?

So, what is the difference? Basically, we use the “at” version in colloquial English. For example, in online multiplayer games. As a matter of fact, The gamers I play with, often use the at version.

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