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    place adverbidal

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-In the living room was where I found him.
    2-On the balcony was where I put the chair.
    3-Below the belt is where he is going to hit.

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    Re: place adverbidal

    Just about- the first sounds OK if you found him on the floor having a heart attack or something dramatic. You could make up contexts for the others, but as they stand, they sound a bit forced and stilted to me.

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