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1. You may go wherever you like.
2. You may go to any place where you like.
3. You may go at any place where you like.
[Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Are both OK?]

  • English -

    Sentence 1 is fine.

    If you remove "where" from sentence 2, it'll be fine.

    Sentence 3 is incorrect.

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