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I think the best place to take someone visiting my community would be the museum.

Is 'in' needed before 'my community'?

Thanks.
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No. You're fine with what you've written.

Edit. Perhaps I should not assume.

You realize that "visiting" may be transitive or intransitive, and your insertion of "in" would change it from transitive to intransitive.

There would be nothing wrong with the change, except it admits a possible ambiguity (in sense, if not in import) :

"I think the best place to take someone [who is] visiting in my community etc."

With the "who is" the participial phrase modifies "someone." Without the "who is" it may do the same, but may also be using the expression "to take someone visiting."

Let me know if my explanation is too weird.
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Best regards, - A.
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Avangi"I think the best place to take someone [who is] visiting in my community etc."
I got you point, and you get my point as to 'transitive/intransitive'. Thanks, Avangi.

My first thought was 'I will take someone visiting the museum in my community because it's the best place'.

After reading your post, my thought: 'In order to take someone visiting my community, the museum is necessary.

In both cases, I take the work 'take' as a causative verb followed by the participle 'visiting'.

Am I right?

Is my second thought the case here?

EDIT: My thoughts were like spaghetti.

Putting 'who is' is the most understandable way! I got it now!

I understand my previous thoughts are terrible! THanks, Avangi.