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When I arrived at _____ the school was supposed to be, all I could see was a convenience shop.
A. what B. where
I choose answer A.
Does it make sense?
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I arrived at what was once the capital of Greece.
I arrived at _____ the school was supposed to be.
I think both sentences above are similarly structured. In what way is the second sentence from the first one?
As for the second one, if written as "I arrived ______ the school was supposed to be", I will choose "where".
Is "at" necessary when we choose "where"?
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