"Where" does not work. The other two are fine.
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Which of the following sentences are correct?! And why?! Can we always use 'where' for the locations instead of 'that' and 'which' ?!
I would not live in a place where is far away from downtown.
I would not live in a place which is far away from downtown.
I would not live in a place that is far away from downtown.
Last edited by nininaz; 06-Dec-2014 at 18:25.
Could you please give me more examples of the sentences like my first examples which where or when or why is not the adverbial clause, and I can't use them as my first example.
How about the sentence?!
I wouldn't live in the places where they are far from downtown.
Last edited by nininaz; 06-Dec-2014 at 20:36.
No, that doesn't work. Instead of "where they", use "that.
Last edited by nininaz; 06-Dec-2014 at 20:51. Reason: w
The word "they" in that sentence is not the subject. In fact, it doesn't seem to have any function at all.
I wouldn't live in places that are far from downtown.
'I don't enjoy a party in a crowded small room.'
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