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    where it is

    I am confused by the following sentences. Which is grammatically correct?

    1. It is an amazing place, where it is famous for its beautiful scenery.
    2. It is an amazing place, which is famous for its beautiful scenery.
    2. It is an amazing place, famous for its beautiful scenery.

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    Re: where it is

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    I am confused by the following sentences. Which is grammatically correct?

    1. It is an amazing place, where it is famous for its beautiful scenery.
    2. It is an amazing place, which is famous for its beautiful scenery.
    2. It is an amazing place, famous for its beautiful scenery.
    The second #2 is correct. The first #2 would be OK without the comma.

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