Middle English: from Old French, from an alteration of Latin platea 'open space', from Greek plateia (hodos) 'broad (way)'
Adverbials and adverbial clauses can provide information about where something happened.AdverbialsAdverbials of place can be individual words or prepositional phrases. In the examples that follow, the adverbials are printed in bold type.We should not have expected to see them there. A quarter of them live in New York City. Adverbial clausesThese are usually introduced by the conjunctions:where wherever everywhere For example:It just seems odd to do it where no one is likely to see it. Wherever he went, things seemed different. Everywhere one looked there were medals and trophies on display.