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In this sentence, which conjunction should I use, where or which? Thank you. Emotion: smile

a large space or room in a public building such as a station or airport which people gather in or pass through

Best wishes,
Ernest
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either 'where' or 'in which'.
Thanks for answering my question, Nona.

I know I could use either where or in which in that sentence now. The problem is, the sentence is actually from the dictionary. It is the definition for (Or should I use of?) the word concourse. Do you think there might be a mistake in the dictionary? (Should I say, "The problem is, the sentence was actually from the dictionary" ?)

Thanks again. Emotion: smile

Best wishes,
Ernest
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a situation "where" or a situation "in which"?
a large space or room in a public building such as a station or airport where people gather in or pass through

this one work better in this sentence.
this This one work works better in this sentence.

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I think it should be which.

Do you see the "in" after gather and "through" after pass? There are already prepositions, so why need another one?

So I believe the dictionary is right