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Ahmed
Are these two sentences right? And the difference between in which and where? A restaurant is a place in which people can eat and drink. A restaurant is a place where people can eat and drink. Thanks in advance.
Jun 9, 2013 3:47 PM
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Both are correct. In which is fine. This is a situation in which 'in which' is perfectly okay'
June 9, 2013
I think the second one is correct. "Which" used in question when asking someone to point out... "Where" used in question about place... I hope it is correct and I can help.
June 9, 2013
I think so Jmat knows better. :)
June 9, 2013
Thanks a lot. Jmat, skip. :-)
June 9, 2013
I think the second one is correct. "Which" used in question when asking someone to point out... "Where" used in question about place... I hope is it correct and I can help.
June 9, 2013
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Ahmed
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