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    #1

    "to which" or "which.....to"

    Hello,

    I would like to know the most correct sentence when using "to which" or "which.....to". I can say one of the two following sentences:
    1- I need to decide to which city I have to travel.
    2- I need to decide which city I have to travel to.

    It seems to me that both sentences are correct. However, most people tend to use the second sentence when they talk. If I want to write a formal letter, which sentence seems more correct?

    Thanks!

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    #2

    Re: "to which" or "which.....to"

    #1 is more formal.

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    Re: "to which" or "which.....to"

    Thanks!

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