Talking about Locations

Use adverbs and prepositional phrases to indicate locations in English. See also:
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Adverbs :

I'm over here.

Waldo's not there.

Prepositional Phrases:

She's in the kitchen.

It's in the bathroom, under the sink

1. Where are the magazines?

2. Where is the remote control?

3. Where did you put the keys?

4. Where's the spider?

5. Where's Fluffy?

6. Where's Troy's toy truck?

7. Where did you find the book?

They're in the living room, on the coffee table.

It's probably on the sofa, between the pillows.

I think they're in the bedroom, in the top drawer.

It's in the bathroom, next to the bathtub.

He's probably hiding under the rocking chair.

It's outside by the big brick bridge.

It was on top of the refrigerator.

See also :

Grammar : Prepositions of Location

Textbook : English Knowhow, Book 1, Chapter 4