The words 'where' and 'wear' may sound the same but they differ in meaning. Many people make the mistake of using one for the other. Read this article to find out when to use which one.
The word 'where' is used when asking a question related to a location.

  1. Where are you going?
  2. Where will we eat?
  3. Where did you keep the money?

On the other hand, the word 'wear' has a couple of meanings.

It is used to refer to an article or clothing that a person has put on or is ‘wearing’. Let us look at some examples.

  1. What will you wear today?
  2. Are you sure you are wearing enough?
  3. Wear something fancy.

The other meaning of the word 'wear' is to denote deterioration (exhaustion) or to produce something by friction. (Past tense- worn)

  1. In such weather, tires wear out fast.
  2. Those jeans are worn out.
  3. Working in the blazing sun can wear out a worker.

Usage of We're and Were

Two other words that sound somewhat similar are 'we’re' and 'were'. Let us look at how they are used.
The word we’re is a contraction of thephrase 'we are'.

  1. We are going tomorrow.
    We’re going tomorrow.
  2. We are working together.
    We’re working together.
  3. There is no point going if we are not going together.
    There is no point going if we’re not going together.

The word ‘were’ is used to refer to something that happened in the past.

  1. What were you doing?
  2. Were you eating?
  3. Were you in this school?