Both are correct. The difference is that the first sentence seems to be talking about a specific place.1 It's there where you put it.
2 It's where you put it .
Which sentence is correct? And why?
"Anyone who wants to come may come."Another question:
What's the difference between "Anyone who" and "whoever"?
"Whoever wants to come may come."
I don't see any difference between the two. (Perhaps someone else will offer an additional comment or two.)
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