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If it comes to the point where no one acts, I will do it myself.
If it comes to the point that no one acts, I will do it myself.
If it comes to the point which no one acts, I will do it myself.

Which is correct among the sentences above?
When do we use 'point where' vs. 'point that' vs. 'point which'?
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To me, "point" is referring to a location in place or time.
The main verb "comes to" also indicates a progression along a path.
As such, the first sentence using "where" seems more natural.
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AlpheccaStarsHi

To me, "point" is referring to a location in place or time.
The main verb "comes to" also indicates a progression along a path.
As such, the first sentence using "where" seems more natural.
Thank you so much for your answer. It is very much appreciated.
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