One-Point English Lesson: Where or Which?

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Jack’s house, which is on the water, is amazing!

You can use both which or where to describe a place. Some of my students have asked how to use these words, so lets have a look today!

Use which after a place to describe the location of that place, like this:

  • Times Square, which is in New York city, is a popular tourist attraction.
  • Lombardi’s, which is in Soho, is my favorite pizzeria.
  • Jack’s house, which is next to mine, has a beautiful garden.

Use where after a place to describe what happens at that place, like this:

  • Times Square, where many tourists go, is a fun place to visit.
  • Lombardi’s, where you can get amazing pizza, is always crowded.
  • Jack’s house, where I met Jane for the first time, is located in Westchester County.

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