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    Where of Which?

    Dear all,

    I wanted to know if "where" can be used in this sentence,

    -This is the restaurant WHERE John proposed to go with our neighbors.

    Or should I use "which" instead? or both?

    Thank you so much for your help.
    Best wishes.

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    Re: Where of Which?

    Welcome to the forums, pitricander.

    Quote Originally Posted by pitricander View Post

    I wanted to know if "where" can be used in this sentence:

    -This is the restaurant WHERE John proposed to go with our neighbors.

    Or should I use "which" instead? or both?
    If you want to use 'which' you also need 'to'. Like this:

    This is the restaurant which John proposed to go to with our neighbours (BE spelling)'.

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