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    #1

    London where he comes from or London from where he comes ?

    1.He comes from London.
    2.He goes to London.

    If we use London as an antecedent in a noun clause.what are the correct noun clauses given below?

    1.(a)London where he comes from.
    (b)London from where he comes.
    (c)London (that/which) he comes from.
    (d)London from which he comes.


    2.(a)London where he goes to.
    (b)London to where he goes.
    (c)London (that/which) he goes to.
    (d)London to which he goes.

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    #2

    Re: London where he comes from or London from where he comes ?

    Let's save our members' time and effort by putting this post on hold while it is under discussion here.

    If you get no satisfactory answers from WR, Dinusha, tell us why and ask us again.

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