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    #1

    to which/where

    Hello,

    I'm wondering which version of the following sentence is correct:
    1. A room to which I could move.
    2. A room where I could move to.
    3. A room where I could move.

    Thank you for your replies,
    regards

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    #2

    Re: to which/where

    None of them is a sentence.

    As a phrase, 1 is correct.

    Also: 'A room I could move to'.

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    #3

    Re: to which/where

    Of course, (3) is grammatical (= IN which I could move), but that is probably not the intended meaning...

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