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    #1

    Are these sentences correct?

    To what specific location does "magic city" refer? [example in "Criminal Minds"]

    = What specific location does "magic city" refer to?

    eg. On what date is Christmas Day?

    "What date is Christmas Day on?" is correct?

    Very appreciate it.
    Last edited by michael147; 26-Apr-2012 at 10:45.

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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    Yes, they're OK. "Which" might be better than "what," but "what" is certainly used this way.

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