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Hi, everyone! Here is my question:

The film was made in Botswana, ____ wildlife parks are larger than those in Kenya. a. who b. which c. that d. where I opt "D. where". However, I feel it sounds better if we say: "The film was made in Botswana, whose wildlife parks....", which mean "... Botswana. Its wildlife parks are larger than..." not "where" here. Am I correct? Thanks for enlightening me.
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Hi,

'Where' is not wrong. '''Whose' would probably be more common.

Clive
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In Ghana, … people speak perhaps 50 or more languages, English was adopted as the official language. A) whom B) which C) that

D) whose

Which one is correct?

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anonymousIn Ghana, … people speak perhaps 50 or more languages

D. whose.

anonymousWhich one is correct?
Explain please!

The people of Ghana speak 50 languages.

Ghana's people speak 50 languages.

In Ghana, Ghana's people speak 50 languages.

The possessive pronoun is "whose".

In Ghana, whose people speak 50 languages.