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At a doctor's office

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Doctor: Now, what is the problem? Where did you hurt yourself?
Boy: Oh, I didn't hurt myself.
Doctor: You didn't hurt yourself. Oh, excellent. Ex-pains?
Boy: No ex-pains.
Doctor: Hmm ... Good. Headaches.
Boy: No, no, I haven't got a headache.

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What does "Where" refer to?

A part of body?


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rezaenglishA part of body?

Yes.

Doctor: Now, what is the problem? Where did you hurt yourself?
Boy: Oh, I fell down and skinned my knee. My knee hurts.

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Doctor: Now, what is the problem? Where did you hurt yourself?
Boy: Oh, I didn't hurt myself.
Doctor: You didn't hurt yourself. Oh, excellent. Ex-pains?<<< I don't know what ex-pains are.

Boy: No ex-pains.
Doctor: Hmm ... Good. Headaches.
Boy: No, no, I haven't got a headache.

What does "Where" refer to?

A part of body? Yes. What part of your body?

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