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    a future where/when

    She dreamed of a future where/when she could spend more time painting.

    Are both where and when fine for the sentence?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Re: a future where/when

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    I'd use 'where'. Strange as it may seem, when we refer to the future like this, we think of it as a 'place'.

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    Re: a future where/when

    So would I, but when is OK.

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