So in Japanese we learned that if you want to say "is A B or C?" you say "AはBですかCですか". However, what if your "or" statement isn't central to what you're saying? Say, for example, you have a girl friend and want to ask her if she has a boyfriend. She's from place A but lives in place B, and you want to say "Do you have a boyfriend in place A or place B?" If you use ですか〜ですか form, that's like saying "Is your boyfriend in place A or place B?", isn't it? How do you get around that? Thanks.