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    A position where/that/which/in which

    Hi,
    Question:
    Which sentence is correct?


    Sentence1:
    I want to secure a position where my analytical skills will be put to good use.
    Sentence2:
    I want to secure a position that my analytical skills will be put to good use.
    Sentence3:
    I want to secure a position which my analytical skills will be put to good use.

    Sentence4:
    I want to secure a position in which my analytical skills will be put to good use.



    Thanks

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    Re: A position where/that/which/in which

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,
    Question:
    Which sentence is correct?

    1 and 4 are correct.

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