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    will be brought to

    Hello forum!

    Is this sentence correct?

    What hospital will he be brought to?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: will be brought to

    It's not wrong, but it's quite unlikely. Most contexts would require 'What hospital will he be taken to?'. But if someone I know, who lives in another town, is going to be brought to one of a number of possible hospitals in my home town, I might ask 'What hospital will he be brought to?.

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