English

1. This year, what do they plan to visit?
They plan to visit nursing homes in the town.

2. This year, what place do they plan to visit?
They plan to visit nursing homes in the town.

3. This year, where do they plan to visit?
They plan to visit nursing homes in the town.

(Which questions are grammatical? Are they all acceptable?)

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