Where, were or wear?
These three words are pronounced nearly the same, making them difficult to distinguish.
|Where||is about direction and can be used as an adverb, conjunction, and pronoun.||
Where is the train headed?
Where are you from?
|Were||is a past tense verb used to describe something in the past.||
What were you doing yesterday?
Were you happy about it?
|Wear||is a verb concerning what someone is carrying on them or using to cover themselves. It can also be used to indicate fatigue.||
I often wear dresses.
Working all day really wears me out.