There were two sentences I wrote:
- We did a science experiment where we dissected frogs.
- This is the last day where I'll be waiting for you by your locker.
I'm not sure if where can be used as a conjunction... I've been using it as a conjunction, but this is the first time I've actually noticed it.
If using where as a conjunction (in the form I wrote as above), would it be grammatically correct? If so, please explain why. Why can where be a conjunction if the word means location? And, what do you have to put a comma before where if it can be used as a conjunction?