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    #1

    location where he lives

    It won't be easy to find the location he lives at.

    It sounds weird to me? A bit better, but still strange: ... the location where/ in which she lives.

    What do you think about the sentence?

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    #2

    Re: location where he lives

    I agree, it sounds weird. Adding "where" doesn't help, and adding "in which" makes it just plain wrong. I'd say "It won't be easy, finding the place where he lives" or "...finding his address."
    I am not a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: location where he lives

    Or "It won't be easy to find his location".
    Last edited by Piscean; 14-Jan-2016 at 19:30. Reason: spacing

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