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"I found a restaurant that looks good and then I ate a hamburger there. It was so good."
In this sentence, which do the 'it' indicate?
I think that there are two possibilities to indicate the 'it'. the possibilities are 'a restaurant' and 'a hamburger'.
Thank you.

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"I found a restaurant that looks good and then I ate a hamburger there. It was so good."
In this sentence, which do the 'it' indicate?
I think that there are two possibilities to indicate the 'it'. the possibilities are 'a restaurant' and 'a hamburger'. 
Thank you.
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