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    I was not far from a restaurant. It was the one which...

    I was not far from a restaurant. It was the one which I often patronised.

    Just to confirm: are the above sentences fine?

    Thanks.

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    Re: I was not far from a restaurant. It was the one which...

    I find 'patronise' a little formal, but they are OK.

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