Place relative clause

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A place relative clause is a relative clause that describes place.

In English, there are two ways of doing this; (1) with where and (2) with which or that.

If we use "which" or "that" we include a preposition of place within the clause. However, if we use where, we don’t include a preposition of place.

  • "London is where it was sent (to)"