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.