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I watched the end of the movie yesterday when I came home from work and my wife was watching it.

Today:

I’ll watch until where I starting watching from yesterday.

Is it correct and grammatical to say « I’ll watch until where I starting watching from yesterday. »

Thank you for your help

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That's a good way to say that.

You could also say ...until the point where I ...

But your sentence is good and clear.

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anonymousIs it correct and grammatical to say « I’ll watch until where I starting watching from yesterday. »

I might put it "I'll watch it up to where I came in yesterday."