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    #1

    at which stations

    1) Do you know at which stations the tickets offices are?
    2) Do you know at which stations there are tickets offices?

    I asked 1), but when thought about it later - didn't like it. Is it wrong? Will the 2) be right?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: at which stations

    Both are grammatically OK. Neither sounds natural to me.

    I'd probably ask "Do you know which stations have ticket offices?"

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