+0
Are both correct?

Which is preferred?

If the chosen media vehicle was the newspaper, establish how many days the advertisements are scheduled for, and determine what page the advertisement is published in.

If the chosen media vehicle was the newspaper, establish for how many days the advertisements are scheduled, and determine in what page the advertisement is published.

Also, should 'where abouts' be one or two words? Why?

If the chosen media vehicle was the newspaper, establish for how many days the advertisements are scheduled, and determine where abouts in the newspaper you with to publish.
+0
This is better for the presumed register (formal):

If the chosen medium is the newspaper, establish for how many days the advertisements are scheduled, and determine on what page(s) they are published.

Also, should 'where abouts' be one or two words? Why?-- It is one word, because that's the way it is. You can choose whereabouts or wherabout for the adverb

If the chosen medium is the newspaper, establish for how many days the advertisements are scheduled, and determine whereabout(s) in the newspaper you wish them to appear.
+0
Hi,

Are both correct? Yes

Which is preferred? The latter is considered more formal

If the chosen media vehicle was the newspaper, establish how many days the advertisements are scheduled for, and determine what page the advertisement is published in.

If the chosen media vehicle was the newspaper, establish for how many days the advertisements are scheduled, and determine in what page the advertisement is published.

You don't publish in a page, you publish on a page.

Also, should 'where abouts' be one or two words? One. Why?Because.Emotion: rofl

If the chosen media vehicle was the newspaper, establish for how many days the advertisements are scheduled, and determine where abouts in the newspaper you wish to publish.

Clive
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies
Comments  
Thanks to you both.

Is it typical to place prepositions at the beginning of relative clauses (before the relative pronoun instead of at the end of the sentence) as well as before noun clauses like in the topic sentence?
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Yes. As Clive says, it is more formal.