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    My friend is moving soon. I ask: When and where is the move? Can this be said?

    My friend is moving soon. I ask:

    When and where is the move?

    Can this be said?

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    Re: My friend is moving soon. I ask: When and where is the move? Can this be said

    It is not natural to ask where is the move, since it has two ends: A and B. You might say, "When, and where to?"

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