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Hi. Please help. Let's say there are a group of boys talking and some are asking others what schools they go to or going to. It is a common knowledge that most of them go to schools in town since they live there. Are any of these correct? Thank you in advance.

1. What school do you go to? I go to XXX High School.
2. Which school do you go to? I go to XXX High School.
3. What school are you going to? I am going to XXX High School.
4. Which school are you going to? I am going to XXX High School.
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Hi,

They are all correct. #1 seems the most natural of the 4..

A more natural answer is shorter. ie XXX.

Clive
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Anonymous 3 and 4 seem to be Indian English.
They are fine in British English in the right context.
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Which is used when there are options. For e.g. Which school do you go to, Arya Mandir or Gurukul?
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anonymous3. What school are you going to? I am going to XXX High School.4. Which school are you going to? I am going to XXX High School.

These seem weird and unnatural in the UK. They appear to be examples of Indian English.

anonymousHi. Please help. Let's say there are a group of boys talking and some are asking others what schools they go to or going to. It is a common knowledge that most of them go to schools in town since they live there. Are any of these correct? Thank you in advance.
1. What school do you go to? I go to XXX High School.
2. Which school do you go to? I go to XXX High School.
3. What school are you going to? I am going to XXX High School.
4. Which school are you going to? I am going to XXX High School.

Let me say again that a more natural answer is shorter.

ie XXX.

Clive

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Tho this xxx mean?

Q - What school do you go to?

A - I go to XXX High School.


Instead of the long and repetitious answer above, more natural is simply

A - XXX.

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