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    Help me compare two relative clauses....

    Could Someone please help me compare two relative clauses "Which & Where"
    Let's take an example: This is the park Where we do exercises (in) every morning.
    or This is the park in Which we do exercises every morning
    When do we use " Which" and " Where"?
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    Re: Help me compare two relative clauses....

    Quote Originally Posted by trueheart_205 View Post
    Could Someone please help me compare two relative clauses "Which & Where"
    Let's take an example: This is the park Where we do exercises (in) every morning.
    or This is the park in Which we do exercises every morning
    When do we use " Which" and " Where"?
    Thanks you!
    "This is the park where we exercise every morning."
    This is more natural.

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    Re: Help me compare two relative clauses....

    Thanks you, bhaisahab
    "This is the park where we exercise every morning."
    So that means we can use both Which and Where, the only thing is that "Which" is not very natural
    And do we need to use prep " in" follow the verb " exercise"?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Help me compare two relative clauses....

    Quote Originally Posted by trueheart_205 View Post
    Thanks you, bhaisahab
    "This is the park where we exercise every morning."
    So that means we can use both Which and Where, the only thing is that "Which" is not very natural
    And do we need to use prep " in" follow the verb " exercise"?
    Thanks in advance.
    "This is the park where we exercise every morning." With this you don't need "in".
    You could say "This is the park in which we exercise" but it's less natural.

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    Re: Help me compare two relative clauses....

    Thanks you, bhaisahab

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    Re: Help me compare two relative clauses....

    Quote Originally Posted by trueheart_205 View Post
    Thank you, bhaisahab.
    Trueheart, you don't need to thank us in a separate post.

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