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Writeacher, I can't vary the sentence, I just have to say which one is correct.

Paris, which I visited last year, is one of the most romantic places in which I have ever been/I have ever been to.

(I have to determine whether the correct preposition is IN OR TO.

Thank you.

  • English -

    Would be OK: ...places to which I have ever been.

    So I'd go with this one: ... places I have ever been to.

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