I don't remember the day when I first met Michael.

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Peter Chung

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Group I Are the following sentences grammatically correct?
Do they carry the same meaning?

1. I don’t remember the day when I first met Michael.
2. I don’t remember the day I first met Michael.
3. I don’t remember when I first met Michael.
4. I don’t remember what day I first met Michael.

Group II Are the following sentences grammatically correct?
Do they carry the same meaning?

5. I was too busy to notice the place where he went.
6. I was too busy to notice the place he went to.
7. I was too busy to notice where he went.
8. I was too busy to notice what place he went to.
9. I was too busy to notice to what place he went.

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4 is different- it refers to the day rather than the date.

II
They mean more or less the same.
 
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