View topic - Doko, Koko, and arimasu
here is an example
白い 車はどこにありますか.ここにあります .
i pulled that out of a book i have. thanks for the help
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Doko is "where", koko is "here". They are two from a set of kosoado, the other two being "soko" (there, near you) and "asoko" (there, away from us). "Arimasu" is the verb of existence for inanimate objects. Your example means "Where is the white car? It is here."
Edit: looks like you corrected the typo.
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tegami wa mou kaite arimasu.
The letters have already been written.
denki wa mou tsukete arimashita
The lights had already been turned on.
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