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Question: put a relative adverb in the blank.
"She went to a festival, ( ) her sister almost found her."

I think the answer is "where," but I wonder if "when" is possible and make any sense.
I saw an example like "I got home, when it began to rain." Does this mean "when" can be used the sentence in question?

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Question: put a relative adverb in the blank.
"She went to a festival, (   ) her sister almost found her."

I think the answer is "where," but I wonder if "when" is possible and make any sense.
I saw an example like "I got home, when it began to rain." Does this mean "when" can be used the sentence in question?
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